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Center for Energy, Environment & Sustainability

Research & Scholarly Activities

How CEES impacts the world

Center for Energy, Environment & Sustainability

Sustainability Clinic

Helping communities reach sustainability goals

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Funding Opportunities

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Sustainability Graduate Programs

Sustainability Graduate Programs



Welcome

The Center for Energy, Environment and Sustainability (CEES) at Wake Forest University serves as a catalyst, linking Wake Forest with the global community, to advance research and education in energy, environment, and sustainability.

We work on some of the most defining issues of our time and we invite you to join us in finding solutions to these challenges.

  • A lesson about values

    This February graduate students in the Applied Sustainability class visited TS Designs, a Certified Benefit Corporation making t-shirts in Burlington, North Carolina. The students spent the morning with company President, Eric Henry, who aims to create the “highest quality, most sustainable, printed apparel,” measuring success against the triple bottom line:…

  • Sustainability Practica: Investigation to Action

    In November, MA Sustainability students investigated and articulated sustainability-related organizational challenges during an in-class session with Winston-Salem based clients. This living learning laboratory experience was one step in preparing students to translate classroom knowledge to practice. Now, in the second semester of the program, student teams are hard at work…

  • PRO+ECT event reveals ocean issues

    For a conservation event with potentially apocalyptic connotations, Thursday’s PRO+ECT (Pledging Responsibility for Oceans and Environmental Change Today) event in Brendle Recital Hall was frank, optimistic and self-aware: panelist and scientist Nancy Knowlton even pledged to keep audience members “not utterly depressed,” to noticeable titters. The panel, an effort to…

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