Princeton Conservation Society (PCS) is Princeton University’s home on campus for all things environment, conservation, and climate action. Our organization is fully student-run under the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students, and we are graciously supported by various departments on campus. Throughout the academic year, we host events on campus open to the entire University community: from guest speaker events to local forest restoration, from whale watching on the New Jersey coast to trips around the world. Our overarching goal is to promote education and enact action on today’s numerous environmental issues. We prioritize making conservation a more accessible and diverse opportunity than it’s known to be.
Meetings during the Spring 2023 semester are held in Chancellor Green on Sundays at 6pm. All are welcome! To find out more about joining, email an officer with any questions or to be added to our listserv. Our work and member commitment-level is very flexible, so if you have any interest in environmental advocacy, we’d love for you to get involved!
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