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6.26.08 — Designing the new fuel standards
UC Davis is leading the way in helping California trim the carbon "fat" out of the fuels that go into cars and trucks.
6.26.08 — Tahoe wetlands undergo $3M restoration
For a quarter century the old fish hatchery in Tahoe City had been the headquarters of UC Davis research on the Tahoe basin, now scheduled for restoration.
6.25.08 — Designing for a sustainable conscience
Design students at UC Davis are creating posters intended to raise awareness of the amount of waste generated in campus buildings that could have been recycled.
6.25.08 — Learning from fishing at Lake Tahoe
UC Davis scientists are using their new knowledge of endangered fish at Lake Tahoe to help save fish in trouble elsewhere.
6.25.08 — Lake Tahoe's health report I
Scientists who have been studying the environmental health of the Lake Tahoe basin are saying the news is not good.
6.25.08 — Lake Tahoe's health report II
It has been 10 years since President Clinton pledged about $50 million dollars of federal money to help reverse the environmental decline at Lake Tahoe.
6.20.08 — 100 mpg vehicles just around corner
UC Davis co-organized and co-sponsored the first international conference on plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) in San Jose.
A new Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability office will coordinate universitywide efforts on sustainability, seed money will support new projects, and a new committee will advise the chancellor on sustainability.
6.13.08 — Planting the Seeds of Change
“Sustainability” is a concept that has its roots in agriculture. Student farm slideshow included.
6.13.08 — New Student Movement
Activists with the California Student Sustainability Coalition, including UC Davis students, encourage UC and other campuses to become more climate friendly.
6.13.08 — Green All Over
UC Davis is reducing its waste to zero by 2020.
6.13.08 — Green things at UC Davis
List of "green things" includes buildings, neighborhood, zero waste, lighting, transportation, purchasing and food.
6.13.08 — Future Car Talk
National Public Radio’s Car Talk visited the UC Davis shop of Professor Andrew Frank to talk about cars of the future.
6.2.08 — Human Resources goes green
HR is the first zero-waste building at UC Davis.