- CSU Commitment to Sustainability
- CSU 2014 Sustainability Report
- Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE): Cal State San Marcos is a member of AASHE,a resource center that has a variety
of policy databases, case studies, reports, job descriptions, and much more. Faculty,
staff and students are able to access their resources by simply creating an account
with their CSUSM email.
- NWF EcoLeaders: EcoLeaders parallels a social network where students engage and discuss ideas pertaining
to the environment. Create an account with your CSUSM email, share your ideas, engage
and get nationally recognized for your efforts on campus and in your community.
- Real Food Challenge: The Real Food Challenge promotes local foods and to take a stand against junk food
and industrial farm foods.
- US Green Building Council (USGBC) and The Center For Green Schools: The USGBC works closely with The Center For Green school to make campuses nation-wide
more sustainable and earth friendly. USGBC is the organization responsible for LEED
(Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) which certifies building on a bronze,
silver, gold, and platinum scale. Campuses nation-wide take pride in their buildings
being more earth-friendly. Here at CSUSM, all new buildings must meet LEED Silver
San Diego County:
- San Elijo Lagoon Foundation: Volunteer to restore the lagoon with native plants, improve trails, and help with
other work as needed.
- San Diego Coastkeeper: San Diego Coastkeeper protects and restores fishable, swimmable, and drinkable waters
in San Diego County. San Diego Coastkeeper also offer a variety of internships within
the North County area.
- San Diego Sustainable Living Institute: San Diego Sustainable Living Institute offers hands-on training, internships, green
job training, consulting and design, and much more.