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Don't miss our article in the November issue of Sustainability: Journal of Record

This Way to Sustainability XIII NOW accepting conference proposals for March 15-16, 2018.

Thank you to all who participated in This Way to Sustainability Conference XII, it was another great event! Stay tuned to our archives page for links to conference videos when they become available.

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View the 2014 Report ~ Going Green!

 

 

See what we're doing to meet our goal of Climate Neutrality
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Find out about our GE Sustainability Pathway Minor in Sustainability Studies

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This Way to Sustainability Conference XIII ~ March 15-16, 2018

We are no longer accepting conference proposals for This Way to Sustainability Conference XIII. Continue to visit the conference outline for updates and watch for online registration to open January 1, 2018. We hope to see you in March 2018!

Announcing a new interactive campus web portal!

The Institute for Sustainable Development and Facilities Management and Services have partnered with Lucid Design Group to develop this Dashboard for the campus community. This interactive tool is intended to increase awareness and transparency of energy consumption patterns on campus, to help identify opportunities for conservation, and to engage building occupants in better understanding their buildings and the impacts of their interactions with them on campus energy consumption.
Visit the Dashboard

What have we been up to?

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We Are Still In
Open letter to the international community and parties to the Paris Agreement from U.S. state, local, and business leaders....

Climate Neutrality at CSU, Chico
The Institute for Sustainable Development and Facilities Management & Services have partnered with Lucid to develop this Dashboard for the campus community. This interactive tool – the data and functionality it contains – are intended to increase awareness and transparency of energy consumption patterns on campus, to help identify opportunities for conservation, and to engage building occupants in better understanding their buildings and the impacts of their interactions with them on campus energy consumption. (Read recent related articles....)
Visit the Building Dashboard

Chico State continues to gain recognition, as the University was listed in the Princeton Review's annual "Guide to Green Colleges." (Continue reading....)

What have we accomplished so far?
Take a look...........

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