For some people, recycling common goods into art is a hobby. For Laura Laura, it’s a hunger.
Later this month, Velo Cruz will host the Green Fondo, a mass bike ride to benefit Santa Cruz nonprofits.
UC Santa Cruz’s Student Environmental Center hosts 11th Annual Earth Summit to educate community about sustainability and showcase student projects.
Santa Cruz Green Building Program presents awards honoring waste reducing and resource efficient building practices to local homeowners.
Growing concerns for the environmental impact of rapidly-accumulated rubbish have prompted a new Santa Cruz City Council policy. On Oct. 11, the city council prohibited the city of Santa Cruz purchasing single-use bottled water for city offices in a 6-0 vote.
SPACES, the nonprofit project of Elias Martinez and Aaron White blends sex positivity, queer justice and environmental sustainability through the promotion of vegan-adult toys and educational workshops.
With Cowell Dining Hall’s LEED certification and the kick-off to a three-week conservation competition between colleges, UCSC maintains its reputation as one of the nation’s most sustainable campuses.
Hoping to decrease UCSC’s carbon footprint and increase sustainability, concerned students hosted a Meatless Monday outreach event at the College Nine/10 Dining Hall.
In an effort to increase awareness of the need to conserve water, Sarah Finder implements a project in which mock water bills are to be distributed to Crown and Merrill apartments.
UC Santa Cruz has many programs that promote green living and sustainability. There are many ways that students can get involved, and help the university work together to reduce our carbon footprint.