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The UC Davis Arboretum offers community educational programs and research opportunities.
CCE is a student-run organization that promotes environmental awareness on campus.
How to find sustainability-related courses at UC Davis
Earth Sciences archives for the Egghead Blog.
The EC is a forum for learning and sharing interests and skills in an informal, cooperative setting. The EC holds courses and manages a community garden and library.
An organic community garden on the UC Davis campus where anyone may rent a garden plot.
The program's goal is to increase awareness and understanding of the relationships between water resources and land use policies and practices.
This continuing education program supports planners, attorneys, resource managers, government officials, developers and others involved in planning and managing environmental resources.
Get involved and gain experience in sustainability-related topics at UC Davis.
UC Davis has the most comprehensive offering of environmental degree programs in the nation. Find out about eco-courses, graduate groups, departments and programs.
The department aims to increase quality of life through design and planning processes that are meaningful, relevant and sustainable.
Part of the ASUCD, this student-run unit collects campus compost and teaches how to compost through the Experimental College.
The Student Farm offers a wide range of opportunities for students to explore sustainable agriculture.
This list includes UC Davis courses that were identified as sustainability related.
2008 findings on how natural variability and human activity have affected the lake’s clarity, physics, chemistry and biology.
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.
Web page with information about the UC Policy on Sustainable Practices and links to PDF versions of the current policy and past policy versions.