This month's topic is waste, waste, and waste. First, we hope to GREATLY improve the way we are segregating our wastes streams at the point of generation.
At the ECCLPS Education Summit in December (2019), Chancellor Tim White addressed the integration of sustainability across the curriculum and climate literacy.
One of the most enticing features of Sonoma State is the well-maintained landscaped greenery.
Photo from GEP Copeland Creek Trash Clean Up
Sonoma County is known for its beautiful views and endless outdoor opportunities. Residents are lucky to have regional parks, lakes and rivers in close proximity.
Sonoma State University has been increasing efforts to instill sustainable habits within campus culture.
On Tuesday, September 17th, the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors, comprised of representatives from five districts, committed to prioritizing climate action in Sonoma County.
As a global push for sustainable actions becomes more urgent, students are taking initiative to spread information and further support the reform.