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Shannon Clark
SDSU Sustainability Star
Shannon Clark, '13, left a major impact on SDSU's sustainability culture without leaving a carbon footprint.
View of National City
New Program Promotes Sustainability in Local Community
SDSU has joined the Sustainable Cities Network of institutions and will launch a Community Engagement for Sustainable Cities program this fall.
Mission Bay Aquatic Center adjacent to Mission Bay
MBAC Gets LEED-Platinum Certified
The Associated Students-managed facility received the highest certification for green building operations.
Geography professor Douglas Stow
Sensing Change, Remotely
NASA grant funds SDSU research on changes in African land use.
Jeremy Long, SDSU professor
The Beat of Marine Education
SDSU Biology Professor, Jeremy Long, uses music to teach local high students about marine life and ecology.
An example of a joined wing plane. Copyright: Luciano Demasi & Rauno Cavallaro
Shaping the Future of Aviation
A team of SDSU researchers is nationally recognized for their work on the aeroelasticity of joined-wing airplanes.
Students Build Solar Panel Systems
SDSU engineering students are working toward building a permitted solar power system atop a trailer facility as part of a senior project.
greenfest logo on flag
Red, Black and Green All Over
GreenFest promotes sustainability and Aztec pride, March 19 - 21.
Leilani Münter at Daytona, photo by: Douglas E. Murray
Eco-Athlete Gives GreenFest Keynote
Top 10 female car racer and environmentalist Leilani Münter will speak March 20.
Students speak at the dorms
Dorm Dwellers Go Green in National Competition
SDSU competes with universities across the country to reduce electricity and water use on campus.
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