The Northern California Permaculture & Transition Network invite the California Student Sustainability Coalition to join us for the 2013 Building Resilient Communities Convergence.
Have you heard? Registration is now open for the Fall 2013 Convergence at Humboldt State University! Our team is hard at work to ensure that November 9th-10th will be the most inspiring, educational, and energizing weekend it can be.
Have you read the news lately? It’s an exciting time to be an activist. CSSC has quite an action-packed semester in the works, and it’s not too late to jump on the bandwagon.
The Summer Heat Campaign has demands; four of them. NO more toxic hazards. NO Keystone XL pipeline. NO refining tar sands or fracked crude. YES to a just transition from dirty fuels to union jobs…
Agenda, Workshop Schedule, Map, and Panel Information Agenda Friday 5pm-10:00pm Early Registration Begins at Berkeley Student Food Collective Saturday 7:30-8:30am: Breakfast and On-Site Registration Begin in Dwinelle Plaza 9:00-10:15am: Welcome and Key Note Speakers in…
Divestment is the Tactic, Climate Justice is the Goal April 9th through 11th, students at UC Berkeley will be asked to vote on a referendum in support of fossil fuel divestment at Cal and across…
Inspire, Invest, & Innovate UC Berkeley, April 26-28 You’re invited to this years California Student Sustainability Coalition’s Spring 2013 Convergence at UC Berkeley! The event will play host to a series of inspirational keynote speakers,…
Check out these three fabulous opportunities to enhance your leadership in the sustainability movement:
Twice a year, the CSSC hosts leadership retreats for students who are interested in getting involved or staying involved in the leadership of the organization.
The Real Food Challenge invites you to participate in our annual regional training for the West Coast happening on September 6-9th, to refine your organizing talents and connect with students across the region.
Read the top reasons why YOU should attend this spring’s convergence!
There is a question from a gentleman in the fourth row. His question for the panelists is this: “To what extent is this entire movement simply a green Trojan horse, whose belly is full with red Marxist socioeconomic doctrine?”
Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh explains why mindfulness and a spiritual revolution rather than economics is needed to protect nature and limit climate change.
Bottled water is trickling away from college campuses nationwide, thanks to the efforts of student activists and the non-profit groups that support them with campaigns like Ban the Bottle. But that’s not going over too well with the International Bottled Water Association.
A French court on Monday declared U.S. biotech giant Monsanto guilty of chemical poisoning of a French farmer, a judgment that could lend weight to other health claims against pesticides.
Every once in a while an opportunity comes along for all of us to be the solution. This is one of those times. We’re collecting a half million messages to stop the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline in the next 24 hours.
Camila Vallejo’s call for better and cheaper education has seen student protests transform into a two-day nationwide shutdown. Her press conferences can lead to the sacking of a minister. The street marches she leads shut down sections of the Chilean capital. She has the government on the run, and now even has police protection after receiving death threats.
Tim DeChristopher, who was sentenced Tuesday to two years in federal prison and a $10,000 fine for ‘disrupting’ a Bureau of Land Management auction in 2008, had an opportunity to address the court and the judge immediately before his sentence was announced. This is his statement:
This is the story of individuals speaking up when the gas corporations are attempting to control their hometowns and of individual becoming increasingly involved in their local government, collaborating with each other as they face drilling throughout the area.
Do you want to join the fight for climate justice with the world’s largest independent environmental organization? Greenpeace has several incredible volunteer internships available in San Francisco! You’ll get the chance to work on the most pressing issues of our time – saving ancient rainforests, protecting our oceans, stopping toxic threats, and launching a clean energy revolution.
Former Vice President and Nobel Laureate Al Gore will join 10,000 youth activists at Power Shift 2011 as the opening keynote speaker on April 15, 2011. Gore, who is chairman of the Alliance for Climate…
With journalists like Michael Pollan and books like “Fast Food Nation” bringing national attention to nutrition and food justice, it’s no wonder that 300 students from 40 California campuses gathered at UC Santa Cruz Saturday…
On Sunday [January 29th], nearly 2,000 citizens converged on the resort town of Rancho Mirage, California to confront a secretive meeting of billionaires meeting behind closed doors. Sunday was NOT about liberals versus conservatives. Sunday was about We the People. It was about rebuilding a democracy of We the People – a country where you don’t need to have millions of dollars to have your voice heard.
Most Americans know that Washington is broken and is no longer working in the best interests of We the People. But, members of the Corporate Elite – spearheaded by the Koch Brothers (tied for the 9th richest people in America) – are plotting how to continue undermining our democratic system for private profit.
A little-noticed California ballot initiative would “erect significant barriers” to funding state environmental and public health laws, according to a new study. Proposition 26 “could have substantial and wide-ranging impacts on implementation of the state’s…
The details have finally emerged on the American Power Act, the climate and energy legislation rolled out Wednesday by Sens. John Kerry (D-MA) and Joe Lieberman (I-CT). More telling than the details, however, is a…
9th Annual CA Higher Education Sustainability Conference June 20th-23rd, 2010 Hosted by Los Angeles Community College District At Los Angeles Trade Technical College Learn proven solutions from your peers Discuss best practices designed for California…
Over 1500 students, staff, faculty and administrators in California higher education will gather from June 20-23, 2010 at the 9th annual California Sustainability Conference at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College, to explore the ways in which…
Please join us for a community building dinner of dedicated students working towards sustainability in the Los Angeles and Southern California region. Please bring a yummy dish, appetizer, desert, or beverage to share, as well…
The California Water Tour seeks to bring together qualified students and young professionals on a week long exploration of California’s intricate natural and artificial water systems. Participants will visit public, private, research and non-profit institutions…
Entries Due May, 14 – The Northwest Institute for Social Change is now encouraging and accepting entries from high school and college students across North America for its 2010 Student Sustainability Film Festival. We are…