The city was recognized for multiple different actions they plan to take to reach their goal of 100 percent carbon neutrality by 2035.
Los Osos resident and Cal Poly psychology alumna Lindsay Altman never imagined the stray driftwood she collected from her local beach would spark a business idea, but in 2017, inspiration hit and did just that.
Poly Canyon Village residents can donate unwanted items to be resold next year.
With California pushing for zero net energy buildings, it is important students are educated on the subject.
Take the quiz and find out.
Real Food Collaborative held its annual Green Chef competition on April 26, using sustainable, local and organic produce.
With 9,678 acres of land, 5.8 million square feet of buildings and a population of more than 20,000, Cal Poly is practically its own small city. And, like any city in today’s changing world, going green is the key to continued growth.
With all of the different activities that college students are involved in, it is no surprise that many do not have the time or energy to cook healthy meals each and every night of the week.
Responsibility for the environment is a task that will soon be left to college students, and the movement to become more environmentally conscious and active is hard to ignore. As […]
Innovative and sustainable means of transportation have made Cal Poly a standout as far as benefits not just for commuters but for the environment as well. Cal Poly was recognized with a gold medal this year as a Best Workplace for Commuters (BWC) by the University of South Florida’s National Center for Transit Research (NCTR).
It is imperative that sustainability does not loose its position in the minds of students, faculty and staff on campus. The sustainability movement must reposition itself as a driving force on campus.