San Francisco State University - Sustainability
A Life Of Sorts Video
Check out this video made by SF State students about trash, compost and recycling.
Campus Sustainability Map
We aim to educate students, faculty and staff to embrace the values and principles of sustainability in their daily lives by integrating them into the University’s planning and policies, academics, operations, student activities and community engagement.
Many of SF State’s initiatives are focusing on making the campus more sustainable. These new sustainability initiatives include reducing energy and water usage, increasing waste diversion, creating more alternative transportation options, offering sustainable dining choices, implementing green cleaning, offering eco housing, purchasing environmentally preferred products and planting native species. SF State committed to climate neutrality when President Corrigan signed the American College and University Presidents' Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) in May of 2007.
Academics and Research
Sustainability is integrated into academic programs, courses, and research efforts across campus. Learn more about specific programs, research projects and opportunities for involvement.
Find out the many ways to get involved in the green movement on campus. Student-lead initiatives, groups and clubs, and other opportunities for involvement.
What is Sustainability
What is sustainability? Why is it important? Find out more about the Campus Sustainability Committee and the many ways to define sustainability.
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