UC sustainability in 2015: a big win for renewable energy
The University of California made great strides in the past year toward its goal of reaching carbon neutrality by 2025, with large-scale investments in renewable energy leading the way.
The 12th Annual Report on Sustainable Practices, produced by the UC Office of the President’s sustainability team, highlights the progress in the university’s comprehensive sustainability program, ranging from carbon neutrality to food sustainability and water conservation. It was presented to the UC Board of Regents at its Jan. 21 meeting.
“No other institution combines the power of research, public service and operational innovations to help address these enormous challenges,” UC President Janet Napolitano said of the progress UC is making toward its carbon neutrality and sustainability goals.
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