Here’s how you can take action and help the USC community develop and implement innovative solutions that will build a more sustainable society.
Hosting green events is a great way for you to advance sustainability on campus. Little behavioral changes can add up to a big environmental impact!
Locate water bottle refill stations, electric chargers, bike racks, and other environmental services and green points of interest on the campuses.
The Sustainability Course Finder helps spread awareness of courses across the university and provides students with an easy way to see how classes relate to various sustainability issues.
Your vote is your voice – use it to help make a direct impact on local, state, and federal environmental policies and sustainability initiatives.
Join the sustainability conversation on social media and exchange ideas. Post your messages using #USCsustainability
Apply for sustainability scholarships, fellowships, internships, and other funding to support your academic studies and professional development.
From adjusting your office’s lighting to the types of office supplies you choose and use, there are many things you can do to make your office more sustainable.
You’ve got the power! Professor Wändi Bruine de Bruin explains the three actions you can take to address our impact on the environment.
Use the Carbon Footprint Calculator to measure the amount of emissions your lifestyle generates and assess your impact on the environment.
Use the Sustainable Purchasing Guide for information on how to make environment-friendly purchasing decisions at USC.
Visit Trojans Shop Local to find community retailers in and around the campuses that support our sustainability mission.
Get helpful tips on how to reduce, reuse and recycle on campus, at home, during events, and in your daily life.
Take the Sustainability Pledge and get 10% off on the purchase of a reusable water bottle at the USC Bookstore.
Share printable infographic posters with data on a range of climate change, sustainability, and environmental justice issues.