CSSC is very active right now and we need your help to keep going strong. We are dependent entirely on student and alumni volunteers to accomplish our work. Joining CSSC’s leadership is an excellent way to take your work to the next level, build your resume, cultivate your leadership skils, […]
Jared Muscat, 2010 Spring Convergence Coordinator, reflects on the amazing weekend that took place from April 30th to May 2nd at UC San Diego. This post includes a slideshow of photos from the Convergence!
Nikki Henderson featured in the ELLE Gold Awards 2010: 5 at 25 Nikki Henderson has been with CSSC for a long time. As a student she participated in Convergences and Leadership Retreats, joining the CSSC Leadership along the way. As an alumni, she joined the CSSC Board of Directors where […]
The Associated Students Environmental Affairs Board of UCSB is proud to announce its partnership with The Monday Campaigns, a non-profit organization that runs the Meatless Monday initiative with the Johns Hopkins’ Bloomberg School of Public Health. This national campaign aims to improve the health of both citizens and our planet […]
A Carrotmob is a method of activism that leverages consumer power to make the most socially-responsible business practices also the most profitable choices. Businesses compete with one another to see who can do the most good, and then a big mob of consumers buys products in order to reward whichever […]
Environmental Education for the Next Generation (EENG) is a 501(c)(3) non-proﬁt organization founded by undergraduate students at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Learn how to bring it to your school.
Gabi Kirk, UC Santa Cruz – On March 23rd, students from across the state pulled together successful messaging to ask the UC Regents to strengthen sustainable food policies and support UC’s investment in renewable energy projects. The UC Board of Regents met from March 23-25 at UC San Francisco. Various […]
On February 12-14, over 200 students from 35 campuses gathered in Santa Cruz, California, for the third annual Strengthening the Roots: Food and Justice Convergence. The convergence brought together a diverse group of students – from aspiring farmers to animal rights activists to campus dining employees – who were committed […]
The CSSC’s 5th biannual leadership retreat this Winter was a success! From January 16th to the 18th, twenty five students and alumni gathered at our beautiful retreat space amongst the hillsides of Arroyo Grande representing thirteen campuses to build community amongst our statewide leaders, exchange ideas, and collaborate on programs […]
OCT. 15, SAN RAFAEL, CA – On October 15th, CSSC partnered with AASHE and Second Nature to produce a one-day pre-conference intensive on sustainability in higher education in conjunction with Bioneers, the largest environmental and social justice conference in the US. Approximately 75 students, educators, community members, and campus staff […]
OCT 12, UC DAVIS – The Community Building potluck in Davis on October 12 was a warm event despite the torrential rains. Twelve students, CSSC alumni, and staff gathered at the Cal Aggie Christian Association House (a multi-faith student living community) to discuss topics like improving student/staff ties on campus […]
AUG. 5-9, 2009, ARROYO GRANDE, CA – The California Student Sustainability Coalition’s 5th annual summer leadership retreat was a success! From August 5th through August 9th student leaders from across the state gathered in the beautiful hillsides of Newsom Springs Ranch in Arroyo Grande. Students represented from Community Colleges, Cal […]