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.
With climate change effects becoming progressively more apparent, concerned citizens are actively searching for ways to
On August 27th, Congressman Mike Thompson held a special climate change town hall meeting in the Sonoma State Student Center.
Nestled between shaded picnic tables and the Environmental Technology Center is one of SSU`s best hidden gems—the campus garden. Garden Stewards tend to the land by running irrigation sys
Do you ever find yourself confused about where to throw away your trash? “Is this recyclable? compostable? or landfill?” We all try our best to recycle and compost when we can.