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Committed to sustainability


GOING GREEN is the future, and Loyola is at the forefront. With recognitions from the Sierra Club and a Gold rating from the Association for the Advance- ment of Sustainability in High- er Education (AASHE), Loyola is bringing sustainability to every corner of its campuses. Our impact in the larger


community continues to grow, too, as the Institute of Envi- ronmental Sustainability is in its fiſth year. That includes the announcement of a certificate program in sustainability, which launches fall 2018, as well as a new section of its Solutions to Environmental Problems (STEP) course to address climate change. These new courses will join the countless programs, initiatives, and infrastructure that’s making Loyola a leader in sustainability. —Anna Gaynor


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WEST QUAD


Loyola’s 55,000+ square feet of green roofs—the most of any college in the Midwest—could cover the entire West Quad on the Lake Shore Campus


LEED


10 campus buildings with Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification


57+ SWIMMING POOLS


48 TRIPS


The urban ag program’s 2,700-pound annual produce harvest could produce about 5,400 servings of vegetables


A pool like the one in Halas could be filled 57+ times with the 19 million gallons of rainwater diverted every year from Chicago’s sewers


The 24,291 gallons of biodiesel fuel produced since 2007 is enough to take 48 trips around the equator


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