Welcome to the Center for Island Sustainability homepage. Established early on in 2009, CIS has been working hard to develop an islands-based model for sustainability. The Center for Island Sustainability (CIS) is one of the University of Guam's newest departments, which was initiated by President Robert Underwood. The department was put in place to tackle various issues in regard to Island Sustainability. The Center will become the focal Institute at the University of Guam for adapting and modeling sustainable technologies that meet the needs of island communities in the broader areas of the environment, economy, society, and education.
Green is more than just a color,
it's a lifestyle...
Office of Naval Research
Center for Island Sustainability
Check out CIS's virtual tour video with our UOG Green interns...
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Plenary Speaker(s) and Tours
Day 2- Speaker
was named Hero of the Planet
in 2000 by Time Magazine
Hon. Noah Idechong
Day 3- Guided Bus Tour
Showtime at the SBPA Building (UOG)- 8:30am
Depart to Tour Site-9:00am
Return Time- 2:00pm
Click (image) for CIS brochure
2013 Green Dream Home Winners!
1st Place- John F. Kennedy High School
2nd Place- Father Duenas Memorial School
3rd Place- George Washington High School
Solar Powered Wifi System Installed at
Center for Island Sustainability-UOG
Green Dream Home High School Contest/CIS
CIS Enjoys $9 Powerbill
Island Sustainability Awareness Program (ISAP)
|*The Center for Island Sustanability debuts its' Island Sustainability Awareness Program (ISAP) at Inarajan Middle School (read more) |
Check Out Our Green Vehicles
CIS-UOG GREEN Mangilao Outreach
Solar Walkway Lights at UOG
|*The University of Guam's Center for Island Sustainability has added 40 solar LED walkway lights on campus. UOG is paving the way for the use of alternative energy systems in hopes that the rest of GovGuam follows this path (read more)
Solar Street Installation-UOG
|*The University of Guam has completed installing 30 solar street lights around campus. The newly erected systemsare strategically placed to promote safety and the use of renewable/alternative energy. (read more)
School of Education Gets Solar Array Installation!