The Environment Unit at Sunway campus, established in 2010, aims to promote environmentally friendly and sustainable practices at the institutional and community level.
It is currently seeking volunteers among our community to contribute to initiatives aimed at creating a more environmentally sustainable institution and community.
If you wish to participate in environment related activites at MUSC, please contact Ms Vivien Lee.
News and Activities
By making simple changes to your lifestyle you can make BIG changes for the environment . And, for every Monash student or staff member who takes the Pledge, the university will commit $5 towards on-campus renewable energy schemes. So, play your part by making your commitment to the environment and sustainability at Monash.
Remember, your actions count!
GO ECO with RICOH
Staff and students at Monash University had the opportunity to plant mangrove trees and take up-close look at the mangrove forest eco-system in October 2011.
The university was invited by RICOH to participate in their Kuala Selangor Nature Park Mangrove Forest Recovery Project in collaboration with the Malaysian Nature Society.
The project is aimed at restoring damaged mangrove areas and establishing a high-tide roost for migratory birds and increase the flora and fauna at the Kuala Selangor National Park.
Green Representatives Network established.
Monash University Sunway campus now has its own team of Green Representatives, joining some 350 volunteers at out Australian campuses. These Green Representatives are members of our community who volunteer to make a contribution to sustainable behaviour in their own big or small way.
A team of Sunway campus Green Representatives recently underwent a waste audit training program.
The Sunway campus Green Representatives are working on an effort to ban the use of polystyrene on campus. Click here to view a presentation on polystyrene(pdf.2.76MB)