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Sustaining Pacific

The University of the Pacific is committed to creating a campus culture that advances a sustainable future among all members of the Pacific community. Across all three campuses, Pacific is implementing sustainable practices and engaging the Pacific community and its external constituencies through educational programs.

What does it mean to be sustainable? Sustainability takes into account the environmental, social and economic impacts of everyday choices - from purchasing paper, recycling, and equity of growth for all individuals of the world.

Pacific's  efforts have not gone unnoticed. For the past three years, the Sierra Club named Pacific one of the nation's top 100 "Cool Schools" for sustainable and green efforts. Pacific has also become a member of AASHE Stars and the U.S. Green Building Council. Sustainability is celebrated for the entire month of April at Pacific's Stockton Campus, now coined Sustainability Month. Sustainability Month hosts a variety of activities, from famous guest speakers, a Green Fashion Show, Wild and Scenic Film Festival or Sustainable Art Show and more! Check out 2015 Sustainability Month (and past years) activities by clicking on Get Involved and then Sustianability Month. 

Some Quick Links:

Stockton Campus McGeorge  sf campus
Stockton Campus Sacramento Campus San Francisco Campus
Kitchen Co-op Logo Ted and Chris Robb Garden Green Team
Pacific Kitchen Co-op Ted & Chris Robb Garden Pacific Green Team
Ted and Chris Robb Garden


Sustainability Month

Garden and other
student clubs
Sustainability Project Investment Fund Sustainability Month Activities
Physical Plant

John Muir

Recycling Building Captains
Sustainability with Facilities John Muir Center Recycling Building Captains

Recycling Bin Request Form


Request for a
recycling bin
Event Compost Request Green Office Certified

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