Contact CSU Green
For general questions about sustainability at the University or CSU Green, send an email to email@example.com
CSU Green staff
A/Manager, CSU Green
Ed Maher has over eight years experience in the sustainability field, with qualifications in Environmental Science and Carbon Management. Ed is an active participant in local natural resource management groups and gets a buzz about finding ways to do the same things using fewer resources.
Ed is passionate about making a real change for the future by assisting students and staff to understand what they can do to act sustainably at CSU, at home and in their future careers. You will most likely see Ed pedalling around Wagga campus!
Contact Ed for questions relating to:
- Energy and water use reduction
- Sustainability on the Albury-Thurgoona or Dubbo campuses
Chris O'Connor has over 5 years experience in the area of Environmental Sustainability. Chris completed his studies in Environmental Engineering in 2007 and has previously worked with Leighton Contractors as a Site Environmental Officer. He commenced working with the CSU Green team in mid-2009 and is currently acting in the role of Energy Manager.
Chris is always keen to apply his engineering skills to the sustainability challenges facing the institution. He is currently responsible for a suite major infrastructure-related sustainability projects across the institution in the areas of energy, water and waste reduction as well as a number of projects designed to enhance campus biodiversity.
Contact Chris for questions relating to:
- Waste and recycling
- The Environmental Scorecard
- Sustainability on the Orange or Bathurst campuses
Nicola Smith has over two years of experience in the area of Environmental Sustainability. Nicola completed a science degree in 2006 and continued on to complete a Masters of Philosophy in fluvial geomorphology. Nicola's passion for ecosystem services drives her passion for sustainable living.
Nicola has previously worked for Wagga Wagga City Council as the project officer of the Great Green Challenge 2011, introducing sustainability into the wider Wagga Wagga Community. Nicola is responsible for the communication and engagement aspects of sustainability initiatives implemented on campus and is currently working on developing a staff sustainability network.
Contact Nicola for questions relating to:
- CSU Sustainability Grants
- The Green Steps @ CSU program
- Green Notes (the CSU Green newsletter)
- Staff sustainability network
- Engagement opportunities
Waste Management Officer
Contact Frank for questions relating to:
- Office waste management
- Public place recycling