We want to hear from you! SF State depends on your involvement to make the university more sustainable. Get involved by joining one a student group or a staff and faculty green team.
- Sustainability email listserv: email email@example.com to be added to the list.
- Sustainable SF State Facebook
- Sustainable SF State Instagram
- Sustainable SF State Twitter
San Francisco State's Sustainability Committee assists the University in monitoring its relationship with the environment and in establishing sustainability as a fundamental consideration throughout campus. More information on the Sustainability Committee.
Sustainability Task Force
SF State's Sustainability Task Force coordinates workable projects campus-wide. Staff, Faculty and Students on all levels work collaboratively to reduce waste, think “greener and cleaner”, bring awareness and visibility of campus sustainability efforts and weave it into the everyday fabric of our community. Please join the Sustainability Task Force and be part of the movement, one small project at a time.
SF State's Housing Green Team works with residential communities to make our housing operations more sustainable. Join the Housing Green Team.
Sustainability Student Groups
EcoLife is the sustainability group for students who live in university housing. Get in touch with them to find out how you can make Residential Life greener. EcoLife Facebook page.
ECO students is an environmental action student group. It is open to all students from any major. The group works on a variety of environmental issues on and off campus. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or check out the Eco Students Facebook page.
The Green Initiative Fund (TGIF) aims to establish a fund to finance student-led sustianability improvements at SF State and create paid internships for students. Visit the TGIF Facebook Page.
ASI Sustainable Initiatives coordinates sustainability efforts in the Student Center Auxillary and hosts numerous events. ASI Sustainable Initiatives Website.
This club leads a campaign to divest from fossil fuels. Their campaign is a part of a global movement to shift power away from fossil fuels to more sustainable and eco-friendly industries. Fossil Free SFSU Facebook page.
The mission of the Real Food Challenge (RFC) is to harness the power of youth and universities to build a healthy, fair, and green food economy. They work towards shifting food purchases away from industrial agriculture towards local, sustainable, and fair sources. RFC Facebook page.
Power to the Pedal is SF State's hub bicycle community. Get free bike repairs, find out about bike events, and work to make SF State a better place for bikes. Visit Power to the Pedal.
Friends of the Greenhouse sponsors horticultural and botanical activities for students, staff, and local community members. The group seeks volunteers to keep its 2,000 plants happy and healthy. Friends of the Greenhouse also has a plant sale of greenhouse overstock once a semester. Please contact email@example.com or their word press for more information.