Sustainability University of Celaya
Conservation is a state of harmony between people and land. - Aldo Leopold
What is sustainability?
In 1987, the United Nations Brundtland Commission defined sustainability as "meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs". Today, there are nearly 140 developing countries in the world seeking ways to meet their development needs, but with the growing threat of climate change, concrete efforts must be made to ensure that today's development does not adversely affect future generations.
A Call to Action for the Sustainable Development Goals
Sustainability at the University of Celaya
Digital Economy Project.
Edith Cristina Tapia
Owner of Mueblería San Juan.
"It was very beneficial for the store... During the pandemic it helped us, we increased our sales, they made us keep an inventory control that we didn't have. It was very beneficial, it was a very nice project... We have received customers even from other states, things we could not even imagine... We are very grateful to the group of students who helped us, they opened our eyes. We are grateful to the University for encouraging them..."
STEM Girls Project
Mrs. Esperanza Silvia García
Family STEM Alumni
"We are very happy because here they have taught them new techniques for their studies...They have given us the opportunity to participate and to later have the opportunity for our children to enter the university to study...The students have been fantastic, very good, very accessible to our children.
Annual SDG Accord Report 2022 - Progress towards the Global Goals in the University and College sector
To consult the case studies of the University of Celaya:
Sustainability reports, case studies and research
Know your campus
Phone number: +52 (461) 613 9099
Location: Carretera Panamericana km. 269 Col. Rancho Pinto, Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico C.P. 38080