Sustainability Plans

The University of Illinois at Chicago is committed to environmental sustainability in all aspects of its mission and will challenge itself to consistently perform all of its functions in the most sustainable ways. The following are a list of plans that every unit and department as well as any non-university entity working on university property must adhere to. The plans have all been written by, or vetted by the Chancellor's Committee on Sustaianbility and Energy.

Climate Action Implementation Plan

The CAIP is a set of cost-effective, strategic solutions that put into practice the the UIC Climate Commitments that lay the background justifications to the following plans.

Discover the 33 solutions of the CAIP

Sustainability Plans

Background, Historical Plans, and Reports

Chancellor's Committee on Sustainability and Energy

The Chancellor’s Committee on Sustainability and Energy (CCSE)  focuses on the hard work of realizing the UIC Climate Commitments via the Climate Action Implementation Plan (CAIP) in the areas of energy and utilities, recycling and sustainable purchasing, biking and transportation, transformative grounds, teaching and learning, and climate resilience.

Learn more and join the CCSE today