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Lecture series explores different ways that UC Davis could become more sustainable.
Find out what makes UC Davis the #1 Cool School in the nation.
UC Davis was designated the “#1 Cool School” by Sierra Magazine for 2012-13.
Earth Sciences archives for the Egghead Blog.
Through implementation of the California Environmental Quality Act, UC Davis endeavors to enhance public participation in the environmental planning process.
Buildings and Grounds designs, maintains and installs the campus' landscape and hardscape.
UC Davis has several long-term planning documents to guide campus decisions toward sustainability goals.
Part of the ASUCD, this student-run unit collects campus compost and teaches how to compost through the Experimental College.
UC Davis is active in procuring renewable energy. Among the recent projects, the campus has rooftop solar, a biodigester, and the UC Davis Large Solar Power Plant started producing renewable energy in August 2015 to meet approximately 14 percent of the Davis campus electricity needs.
The Student Farm offers a wide range of opportunities for students to explore sustainable agriculture.
The University of California, a national leader in sustainability, has pledged to become carbon neutral by 2025, becoming the first major university to accomplish this achievement.
The Arboretum gardens occupy 100 acres along the banks of the old north channel of Putah Creek.
West Village will be a mixed-use community providing opportunities for students, faculty and staff to live locally.
Web page with information about the UC Policy on Sustainable Practices and links to PDF versions of the current policy and past policy versions.
Find out how UC Davis is integrating water efficiency and landscaping on campus.