Bring Your Own Long Beach Offers Customers a sustainable option that help reduce the City of Long Beach’s Ecological Footprint
Councilmembers came to a unanimous vote in approving the strategic five-year plan for citywide health improvement and an eco-friendly tree replacing motive.
Members of CSULB’s RIDE sustainability program discuss their goal of carbon neutrality by 2040 and how the coronavirus pandemic has affected the program’s operations.
Associated Students Inc. leaders have decided to close the on-campus recycling center after finalizing the budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
The California State University system awaits final approval to start enforcing how single-use plastic.
In collaboration with Build Your Dreams, a bus manufacturer, Long Beach city and CSULB are making leaps in eco-friendly transportation.
Sustainability has been flipped on its head and turned into a temporary, trend word. Environmental concerns have taken over the world by storm and it’s time we do something about it.
ASI purchased a new solar cart early September after being selected to receive a Calrecycle grant for $60,000. The cart helps ASI transport non-perishable food selections to the Beach Pantry.
This story has been updated Long Beach State’s TAP card program was raised from a one-time $5 fee to $40 per semester, an 800% increase per semester. The program, which started in 2010, provides unlimited rides on all Long Beach Transit buses to enrolled CSULB students and faculty and staff[Read More…]
Events hosted by LBSU such as Earth Week allow students a comfortable platform to educate themselves on the seriousness of topics such as climate change and sustainable living.