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How can we reduce greenhouse gas emissions? How will California's fish population respond to climate changes? What is the effect of livestock on global warming? Climate issues at UC Davis include everything from the campus Climate Action Plan to studying pollution in the Arctic atmosphere and building global climate models.
Campus ProgressSee full list…
Find out how UC Davis is addressing climate change on campus.
The CAP focuses on how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and meet universitywide goals.
See how UC campuses are responding to climate change.
Find out what makes UC Davis the #1 Cool School in the nation.
Learn what you can do to conserve energy at UC Davis and elsewhere.
Find out how to make your landscaping a little greener.
The California Wind Energy Collaborative offers training courses open to the public, including a class about small (backyard) wind systems.
Zimride helps friends, classmates, and coworkers share rides.
Our ResearchSee full list…
Facilitates research on the scientific, engineering, health, social and economic aspects of gaseous and particulate atmospheric pollutants.
UC Davis faculty respond to questions about the science supporting climate change policy in the areas of air quality, agriculture, water, ecology, ancient climate change, solutions, clean technology and forecasting.
Coordinates energy research and education on the campus and facilitates interactions with outside programs.
The institute supports innovation and discovery aimed at solving environmental problems.
Student InvolvementSee full list…
The Energy Efficiency Center recommends courses for students interested in learning about practical and theoretical aspects of energy efficiency.
UC Davis has the most comprehensive offering of environmental degree programs in the nation. Find out about eco-courses, graduate groups, departments and programs.
This list includes UC Davis courses with the word "sustainable" in their course titles or descriptions.
CCE is a student-run organization that promotes environmental awareness on campus.