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CSU Commitment to Sustainability

The California State University (CSU) and other state institutions are major consumers of energy and natural resources. Therefore, CSU has the responsibility to be a wise steward of scarce resources by reducing the use of non-renewable resources and increasing energy efficiency. CSU is also committed to promoting the continued economic and ecological viability of the State.

View the CSU Commitment to Sustainability as well as policies and reports for the State of California and CSU System, including the CSU Sustainability Policy.



A Statement from President Morishita

“Sustainability is a core value at California State University, East Bay. As an institution of higher education we are in a unique position to educate the future leaders of the world, while also serving as a model to our surrounding community. It is our responsibility to integrate the concepts of sustainability into all aspects of our campus – from academics to engagement, throughout the curriculum, operations and campus plans, and within administrative policies. By doing this we will create real-world learning opportunities for our students and foster a culture of sustainability that will guide and influence them throughout their lives and strengthen our connection to the East Bay.”                

         ~ CSUEB President Leroy M. Morishita

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