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Sustainability Update

A monthly update from the Center for Sustainability for the Santa Clara University community.

  •  RecycleMania!

    Thursday, Mar. 11, 2010
    This is Santa Clara's fourth year competing in the RecycleMania: a nationwide friendly competition between colleges and universities to promote recycling awareness and reduce campus waste. The competition is a ten-week period that runs from January 17 through March 27.
  •  News & Events

    Thursday, Mar. 11, 2010
    Santa Clara University's inaugural Residence Energy Challenge "Watch Your Energy Savings Grow in the Dark" has come to a close. Sobrato (Loyola RLC) emerged as the top building for energy savings. Also this month: Living Green in the Neighborhood, SCU delegation attended Ignatian Family Teach-in, EPA Environmental Justice Video Contest, Wild Zone Family Play Day, and Power to the People: Renewable Energy for the Underserved.
  •  Matt Smith, Campus Ministry

    Thursday, Mar. 11, 2010
    When Matt Smith, Director of Social Justice Ministry at SCU's Campus Ministry, talks about ways he lives sustainably, he begins with a relatively simple concept: taking the train to work instead of driving.
  •  Did You Know?

    Thursday, Mar. 11, 2010
    Santa Clara University recycled two tons of HVAC filter waste in 2009.
  •  What Can I Do?

    Thursday, Mar. 11, 2010
    This month's "What Can I Do?" is all about business. From your commute to office supplies, here are a few tips to make your work life more sustainable.
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    Thursday, Mar. 11, 2010
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