When it comes to energy efficiency, waste reduction and food sustainability, Cal Poly has continued to make strides.
In an effort to impact the daily routines of students, Cal Poly’s Green Campus Program will be holding the 10th Annual Conservation and Diversion Challenge (AC/DC) to motivate students living in the red bricks to use less electricity and water.…
For every product sold by the Bract Company, two trees will be planted by the National Forest Foundation.
The Green Initiative Fund (TGIF) proposes a $5-per-quarter fee tacked onto each student’s tuition to fund sustainability projects for the university.
Cal Poly has recently incorporated Meatless Mondays on campus to encourage students to cut their meat consumption once a week.
Cal Poly celebrated national Food Day with a focus on sustainability to encourage students and faculty to eat locally.
This one-day festival will have attendees grooving to the tunes of Iration, Collie Buddz and Nahko and Medicine for the People.