Did you know? Electronic devices that are plugged in consume power even when they’re off.
Living sustainably shouldn’t only be top of mind in April. It’s easy to make small lifestyle adjustments that can have a big impact on the planet. Here’s how.
UCOP staff are all thumbs — green thumbs that is! Here are some of the lovely plants and gardens our colleagues have been growing during our time at home.
With the statewide “shelter-in-place” mandate in effect, most of us are already living more sustainably. But we can continue to do so throughout the year. Mark Earth Month with online workshops, events and more!
Although the coronavirus is dominating the news, April is Earth Month! UCOP Learning and Development is launching new courses to help you live more sustainably.
The University of California has grown significantly over the last seven years, adding new buildings and 46,000 more students across the 10-campus system. What hasn’t increased? UC’s carbon footprint.
The EPA’s Green Power Partnership celebrates 30 colleges and universities in the U.S. that are the top users of green power. UC has risen to number one!
UC’s second Cool Campus Challenge took place systemwide in April, and the results across all campuses show that our community is committed to fighting climate change! Check out the pledge photos and highlights.
Chris, a climate crusader and cross-campus database analyst with the Innovative Learning Technology Initiative. Learn what motivates his quest to reduce his climate impact, including his family's!