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Sustainability Update

Fitness | July 2014
Bucky recycling. Photo courtesy of the Center for Sustainability.

Athletics & Recreation Sustainability Initiatives

Athletics and Recreation has undertaken numerous projects to integrate sustainability into the lives of all Bronco athletes, fitness lovers, and Malley Center users. Full story »

Adam Irino: Helping Sustainable Lifestyles

With passionate motivation and creative solutions, Adam Irino has worked with Athletics and Recreation to make Santa Clara University a more sustainable campus. Full story »

Also this month...
Summer workshop. Photo by Cara Uy.

News and Events

Food Recovery Network Volunteers Needed
Sustainability Summer Series
New Forge Garden Summer Hours
Worm Composting Workshop
Green Sports Alliance
Bicycling Film & Discussion
Family Giving Tree's Backpack Drive
Full story »

Green Sports, Advanced Search Google

Did You Know?

Santa Clara Athletics and Recreation recently partnered with the Green Sports Alliance, a non-profit network dedicated to improving sustainability in the sports industry. Full story »

Bike drawing. Courtesy of Alex Garcia.

Take Action: Bronco Athletes

Reduce: your carbon footprint by biking or walking
Reuse: the sun as a clothes dryer
Recycle: infographics as active lifestyle tips for others
Respect: your body and fuel it with wholesome food
Full story »

Working on Dirt Pile

Fresh from the Forge Garden

Spend time in a garden this summer and get a dose of "horticultural therapy." Full story »



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