The University of California is stepping up to fight climate change, with faculty in fields from Swahili to music creating new course material to expose students — especially non-science majors — to important climate change and sustainability concepts.
At UC San Diego, sustainability is a way of life, part of the institutional DNA imparted to us by Roger Revelle, one of the university’s founders and a pioneer of climate change research.
Since our founding more than half a century ago, we have built upon that visionary legacy to become a living laboratory of sustainable solutions that benefit our campus, our city and region, our state and the globe. From what we study to how we work, the principles of sustainability influence what we do and how we do it.
- Taking Action Against the Drought
- Making Solar Power Generation More Predictable
- The Magic of the Microgrid
- Bending the Curve Executive Summary