Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Sustainability Grant

There are now two grant programs available through CSU Green.

The Annual Grants Program and the 'Grass Roots' Grants Program for small workplace and campus initiatives.

The Annual CSU Sustainability Grant program

General Information

There are two funding options for projects from a total funding pool of $100,000. There are two funding streams:

  • Stream One (small projects) - Funding pool of $60,000 with a maximum of $15,000 per project;
  • Stream Two (research support) - Funding pool of $40,000 with a maximum of $10,000 per project.

Please note that the Stream One Large Grant of up to $50,000 will not be available in 2016. This offering is currently undergoing review and a determination will be made on whether it will be reintroduced in future years.

Please consult the Application Information carefully.

Previous Years Successful Sustainability Grant Applications:

Please complete this report template at the conclusion of your project:

Grass Roots Grant Program

The 'grass roots' grant scheme is aimed at students and staff who would like to implement a small engaging campus or workplace sustainability initiative that works towards meeting CSU's sustainability targets. The grants will be used to support sustainability focused initiatives which will:

  • Engage staff and students, and raise awareness around the issues associated with environmental sustainability;
  • Improve workplace and campus sustainability across all campuses of the University;
  • Reduce environmental impacts and and assist CSU to improve its sustainability performance in areas underpinned by the Learning in Future Environments Index (LiFE) 
  • Promote social responsibility and well being.

Applications for the Grass Roots grant program are accepted year round. The guidelines and the application are now available to download.

Please complete this report template at the conclusion of your project:

Previous Years Successful Grass Roots Applications:

For successful grant applications from previous years, visit the Grass Roots Projects page