Sustainable Stuff You Don’t See at USC
Chief Sustainability Officer Mick Dalrymple gives an inside view of what steps USC takes toward our sustainability goal.
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- More Help, Less Waste: Alum Develops Popular Compost ServiceFor the compost-curious, it’s hard to find a reason not to get involved.
- Anita Sengupta is on a Mission to Decarbonize AviationHydroplane receives the Minority Emerging Technology and Industries Firm of the Year Award.
- USC Wellbeing Collective success story: Reshaping sustainability on campus Step into a vibrant and inspiring space that goes beyond the traditional.
- Mapping project reveals LA’s Indigenous past, aims to inform the city’s futureA detailed, first-of-its-kind look at the region’s natural ecology before European settlers arrived.
Reducing Plastic Pollution
- The Salton Sea in southern California's Imperial Valley—now aptly dubbed "Lithium Valley"—has emerged as a global hotspot for this critical mineral and contains some of the world's largest lithium deposits,…
- Experiential learning classes use the historic venue as a living laboratory. Students explore the stadium’s rich past and current operations — and help envision its future.
- You could say that USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy alumnus Ben Wan has devoted his professional attention to taking out the trash.
- Hydroplane, founded by Trojan Anita Sengupta, is getting attention for its sustainability-focused work.
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