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Transfer student Gabby Larocco found trash alongside the creek such as bike parts and washed away food wrappers. Photo credit: Kimberly Morales

AS Sustainability hosts final fall creek cleanup

Kimberly Morales // December 7, 2019

On Wednesday, Associated Students Sustainability joined Community Action Volunteers in Education to host the final creek cleanup of the semester. The organization led students who continued to show...

Students gathered in Colusa to listen to different speakers talk about how to be an activist for the climate change movement. Photo credit: Jessie Imhoff

Climate action training focuses on activism

Jessie Imhoff // November 26, 2019

Associated Students Sustainability held a climate activism training night on Thursday. The night focused on what it means to be a climate activist. Different examples of activists were given, ranging from...

Stephen Murray stands at the center of the banner with Camp Fire survivors raising their fists in unity to symbolize a #ClimateUprising, Sunday, Feb. 17, 2019, in Paradise, CA. Murray lost both his home and job in the blaze. Photo credit: Christian Solis

#ClimateUprising raises concerns for areas prone to climate-induced disasters

Trenton Taylor // February 19, 2019

A camera stabilized on a 30-foot crane captured a crowd standing in snow and hail, holding up a #ClimateUprising banner as a call-to-action to find solutions for the changing climate. Followed by the banner,...

Charging stations provided at Sierra Nevada Brewery for clean energy cars. Photo credit: Kayla Fitzgerald

Butte County is on track to meet 2020 emission goals

Kayla Fitzgerald // March 25, 2016

Butte County is striving to meet state and local emission goals by 2020.On March 3, the first Climate Action Plan update was released.The report discusses things like the county's plans to reduce air...

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