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Welcome to the Environmental Affairs Council Homepage!
 
California State University, Chico
Environmental Affairs Council
Phone (530) 898-5701
Fax (530) 898-6014
asenvironmental@csuchico.edu
Important NoticesLook!

Welcome to Fall 2004!

Weekly meetings are Tuesdays at 5-6pm in room BMU 205. Bring a friend!

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Contact Annie Sherman for more info! [email her]

Annie Sherman
EAC Commissioner
530-898-5701
OFFICE HOURS:
Monday 9-11 AM
Thursday 2-5 PM
BMU 203

About EACMission Statement

The Associated Students Environmental Affairs Council consists of students, staff and community members who all work to increase the university and community commitment to the environment, through influencing campus policies and administration as well as working to educate students about environmental issues. Overall, they aim to improve ecological quality of the campus and the community.

The Environmental Affairs Council was established to act as an advocate for the general health of the Earth's physical and biological environment, and to raise and address specific issues associated with the environment. To that end, the council will strive to advocate and educate at several levels: within the corporate structure of the Associated Students; within the student body; on campus generally; within the University administration; and within the larger community.

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FOREST FACT:

According to the Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project report, rivers and streams are “the most altered and impaired habitats of the Sierra.” As a result frogs, toads, and other creatures that need a healthy stream or streamside area or meadows are dramatically dropping in population.
The Yosemite toad, the California red legged frog, and the Yellow legged frog may all become extinct if action is not taken. New scientific data has reported that clearly half of the native amphibian species are at risk of extinction in the Sierra Nevada.

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E N V I R O N M E N T A L
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C H I C O   S T A T E
C A M P U S

  1. Executive Summary
  2. General Campus Information
  3. Solid Waste
  4. Hazardous Substances
  5. Radioactive Waste
  6. Medical Waste
  7. Wastewater and Storm Runoff
  8. Pest Control
  9. Air Quality
  10. The Workplace Environment
  11. Water
  12. Energy
  13. Food
  14. Procurement Policies
  15. Transportation
  16. Campus Growth and Design
  17. Research Activities
  18. Investment Policies
  19. Business Ties
  20. Environmental Education and Literacy
  21. Job Placement and Environmental Careers

 

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          California State University, Chico
          400 West First Street
          Chico, CA 95929 
          530-898-INFO

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