The links below will connect you to other sustainability initiatives on the Harvey Mudd Campus, as well as to the webpages of other organizations with whom we are affiliated. Click on the title of the page in order to follow the link.
Sustainability and Events at Harvey Mudd College
Harvey Mudd College Home Page: The Harvey Mudd College website.
President's Climate Commitment: A full copy of the President's Climate Commitment as signed by Harvey Mudd President Maria Klawe in the spring of 2008.
Sustainability Policy Statement: The Harvey Mudd College sustainability policy statement, which will help guide the college's actions in the future, and will achieve the goals set forth in the President's Climate Commitment.
Harvey Mudd College Center for Environmental Studies: A center at HMC devoted to increasing student issues in environmental studies and sponsoring activities on the campus.
Sustainability Clinic Results: Results from a clinic program which evaluated options for HMC to become more sustainable with regard to the triple bottom line.
5-C Sustainability Audit: A comprehensive audit performed under the guidance of Professor Richard Haskell looking at resource use across the five campuses (HMC, Scripps College, Claremont McKenna College, Pitzer College, and Pomona College).
Claremont Colleges Sustainability Initiatives: A link to the 5-C sustainability website which includes initiatives and statements from HMC as well as the other four campuses.
ESW USA Home Page: The Engineers for a Sustainable World national home page. This is the parent organization of the HMC ESW chapter.
Rhizome Systems: An independent electricity monitoring company founded by Professor Joseph King of HMC. This is the system used in the ESW/MOSS Dorm Energy Competition.
Clay for Earth Foundation: A foundation sponsored by Jim and Andy Clay to find solutions to many of the problems facing developing nations. The Clays are sponsoring ESW/MOSS's work in Ngomano, Kenya.
Project Education, Inc.: A group founded by Andy Leebron-Clay, Debra Akre, and Jeanne King to provide secondary school education to underprivilieged children in Africa. ESW/MOSS works with the group on its project in Ngomano, Kenya.