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Rosemont College joined the Catholic Climate Committee in 2011 after concluding our membership in the National College Presidents’ Climate Committee from its beginning in 2007. The goals of the CCCC, a national organization of Colleges, Universities, companies and individuals are: Pray, Learn, Act, Assess and Advocate for sustainable practice in our environment. Rosemont College’s mission also calls the College to “Care for the Earth as our common home.”
Membership includes: President of the College, Vice President for Mission/Ministry, Director of Facilities, Director of Food Service, Director of Resident Life, Assistant Director of Student Life and Engagement, representative of the Institute for Ethical leadership and Social Responsibility, two Faculty members, three student representatives, including President of Rose Grow, the student Sustainability Club.
The committee meets monthly and plans projects and activities to promote awareness and direct action steps to increase sustainable practices on campus. A major goal of the committee for next year 20018-2019 is to create a Master Plan for Sustainability on the Campus of Rosemont College. Tasks will include: