When Paulina Lopez isn’t in classes or studying and doing school work, she dedicates her time to engaging with the community in order to bring awareness to climate, environmental, and social issues
Farmers’ markets are a sustainable alternative to purchasing your produce at a typical grocery store.
The modern environmental movement, which began in the 1960’s and 70’s in the United States, has come a long way.
Whether she’s tending to her various house plants, or working on Student Government resolutions, Katryna Johnson has sustainability at the forefront of nearly everything she does as the Senator for
(Rohnert Park) — With a goal of overseeing and advancing Sonoma State’s stepped-up commitment to sustainability and building resilience, the newly formed President’s Sustainability Advisory Council
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.