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Sustainability Starts Here

Sustainability is an every-day part of the university culture at San Diego State University. Students, faculty and staff all participate in a myriad of ways, from festivals, to research to academic programs.

The Center for Regional Sustainability at San Diego State University brings together the region's citizens, educators, policymakers, and researchers to identify, define and address the region's most critical issues.

The Enviro-Business Society - e3 is a non-profit environmental advocacy group at San Diego State University that strives to empower students to make a positive environmental impact on campus, in the community and in the business world through the principles of ecology, ethics, and economics (e3).

GreenFest, presented by SDSU's Associated Students and SDSU's Enviro-Business Society, is a week of events which encourage, celebrate, and advocate for sustainability, Aztec Pride, and diversity. The purpose of GreenFest is to engage the campus community through social and interactive programs in an effort to educate them on the important of living a sustainable lifestyle and to promote sustainable practices.

Learn more about sustainability programs at San Diego State University.

Keeping Our Oceans Clean

Matt Lauer in the South Pacific

Anthropology professor Matt Lauer and his students are studying South Pacific seafarer knowledge, which may help save endangered coral reefs. Read more ...