Healthy Hydrated Gauchos

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“Sustainability Scoop” News Articles Farmers Market Janet Walker—How to Approach a Rising Sea A Look into the Past: Environmentalism, Ethics, and Trees: Elizabeth Cook explains how the study of history and culture of trees better explains how people view the … Continued

UCSB’s Don Lubach Loves to Bike!

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Don Lubach is the Associate Dean of Students for the Division of Student Affairs and can most often be found on his bicycle.  Don is a strong supporter of UCSB’s Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP), which has helped him enjoy what he calls “the best … Continued

UC for Clean Energy

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UC for Clean Energy is a student run clean energy campaign working towards making UCSB the first public university in the world to adopt a 100% clean energy policy. UC for Clean Energy is made up of seven core members … Continued


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Do you love UCSB? Become a Recycle-Maniac to help UCSB win RECYCLEMANIA! Recyclemania is a national waste reduction competition between universities. UCSB is competing in the categories of waste minimization, per capita classic, and food service organics. The competition is … Continued

The Zero Waste Committee

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With a student body of over 21,000, UCSB’s production and treatment of waste is an extremely significant and highly relevant issue. Today, some of the most pressing environmental issues revolve around waste, in terms of production, consumption and the methods of … Continued

From Garbage to Garden

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The Department of Public Worms (DPW), a division of Associated Students Recycling, hosted a very successful workshop Friday, February 1st at the Grove, our on-campus garden. The workshop covered how to build a home compost bin, brew worm tea, prepare … Continued