Ecofeminism on the Modern Campus

By. Sara Eddy Ecofeminism is a feminist theory that intertwines female symbols, concepts and linguistics to those of the environmental movement. However, there is no concrete definition of ecofeminism and it is open to interpretation.  Do theories like these still lead to progress in our society, or are they better […]

Education for Sustainability Through the UC-CSU Knowledge Action Network

By: Shanti Belaustegui Pockell On January 1st 2016, the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development officially came into action. The agenda set 17 particular Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to build a more just and resilient future for the planet and those who inhabit it. Among 17 SDGs is Goal 4, […]

Collaborating On A Grand Goal: A Zero Waste City And University By 2020

SF State is working with Recology on increasing their waste diversion rate. Recology, which handles the processing of San Francisco’s compost, recycling and landfill trash, is investing in research and development to make it easier to recycle certain items. Photo: Recology By. Daniel Adel Colleges and universities are anything but […]

Spotlight: Gregory Brown on Public Participation in the Environmental Movement

By. Sara Eddy Dr. Gregory Brown joined the Cal Poly campus as the head of the Natural Resources and Environmental Science department in 2016. He comes from a diverse background in environmental studies having worked in universities around the world, including: Central Washington University, University of Queensland and Alaska Pacific […]

Ask Your Campus if Divestment is the Right Choice

Show them why they are wrong if they say no. By: Josh Cozine Divestment: Every great now and again the long term economic advantages of investing in an industry, and our collective understanding of the ethics involved in continuing to do so, come to a distinct crossroads. Disinvesting, or divesting, […]

CSU Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA Chapter Name: Students United for Sustainability Chapter Email: Chapter Website: Representative: Ramon Garcia Mission Statement Students United for Sustainability (SUS) is Cal State LA’s chapter of the California Student Sustainability Coalition (CSSC). It is SUS’s goal to educate students on environmental issues, to organize events […]

CSU Chico


  • Compost Display Area & Garden
  • This Way to Sustainability Conference


CSU San Francisco


  • Compost Bins
  • Farm to Fork


CSU San Jose


  • On-Campus Recycling
  • Veggielution Urban Farm


CSU Los Angeles

COUNCIL REPS: Carlos Naranjo

  • The Green Initiative Fund (TGIF)