University Named Founding Member of Climate Resiliency Pact

Date: 03-07-2014

Sarah Langford
Public Affairs

Stepping out as a leader in sustainability, California State University, Chico has been selected as a founding member of the national Alliance for Resilient Campuses. President Paul Zingg made the announcement today during the University’s ninth annual This Way to Sustainability Conference. 

Developed by Second Nature, a nonprofit that promotes sustainability in higher education, the alliance is a pact among colleges and universities to solve some of the biggest problems presented by climate change. Institutions that signed on as original signatories to the American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) and have demonstrated leadership in the field are being asked to join, Zingg said.

The complete release is available on the CSU, Chico News website.