Whether you're new to the world of sustainability or a seasoned veteran, we've got you covered. Here's a collection of ideas sure to instantly garner you some mad eco-props. See all our eco-groovy tips... »
Check out this list of books that promote thoughtful and creative approaches to sustainability. The list was compiled by Dr. John Meyer, chair of the Department of Politics, with help from Dr. J. Mark Baker, coordinator of the Environment & Community master’s program, and suggestions by other faculty members. See our list of essential books... »
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Green Demonstration Room
Green living is a big part of the residential experience at HSU.
Having a green room means choosing to reduce the amount of energy and water used, waste created, and consumption of limited natural resources. It also means being creative, staying healthy, saving money, making friends and having fun!
What does a Green Room look like? What should you bring – and not bring – from home to set up your own Green Room?
The Graduation Pledge
The Graduation Pledge of Social and Environmental Responsibility is a campus tradition that started at HSU in 1987 and has since spread to campuses around the world. The Pledge is a simple, personal vow to consider the social and environmental consequences of the decisions that we make after we acquire our degree:
"I pledge to explore and take into account the social and environmental consequences of any job I consider and will try to improve these aspects of any organizations for which I work."
To take the pledge or to learn more about the Graduation Pledge Alliance, go to http://humboldt.edu/clubs/club_sites/GPA/