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Cowell Student Health Center LEED Certification - Education and Outreach To develop a campus knowledge base about green building and sustainability efforts on campus. Completed 05/21/2015
Evaluating LEED Design Operating Performance The goal of this project is to inform and support building managers and occupants in optimizing the performance of green building designs. In Progress 05/19/2015
Advancement in Energy Storage Systems Advance energy storage technology with the synthesis of a graphene-based supercapacitor. Proposed 05/19/2015
Ecotopia House: A 50th Anniversary UCSC Student-built Tiny House for the SMUD Tiny House Competition The UCSC Ecotopia House with Cabrillo College will minimize the ecological footprint through materials reuse and Zero Net Energ technologes Proposed 05/19/2015
College 8 Greenhouse Aquaponics We have designed this project to show abundant food production using efficient aquaculture and hydroponic growing methods. In Progress 05/05/2015
Graduate Student Commons Lighting Retrofit Address security and inefficiency issues related to lighting at the Graduate Student Commons Proposed 05/01/2015
UCSC Pathway Lighting replacing the incandescent light bulbs that are currently being used in the “lollipop” fixtures to energy efficient LED light bulbs. Proposed 05/01/2015
Green Labs Program To create a program that comprises of different determinants of sustainability and to pilot the program in 2 labs. Proposed 04/09/2015
Green Chef Green Chef is a fun sustainable cooking competition featuring a fresh, locally grown, secret ingredient! Completed 01/26/2015
Village Compost Program The Compost Coordinator is responsible for organizing the weekly maintenance of the Village Compost Program. Proposed 01/12/2015
Stevenson Solar Power The Stevenson College Infill Apartments have the capacity to supply as much as 50kW of capacity Proposed 01/02/2015
Elavator Lighting Reducing consumption of energy and save money by using more efficient lighting and motion sensors in elevators. Proposed 01/02/2015
ESLP ART- Aquaponics/Urban Agriculture An analysis of the food system, as well as engages students in building an aquaponics system at PICA. Proposed 01/02/2015
ESLP ART - Natural History explores the surrounding wilderness and extensively discusses native species and California’s original sustainable food system Proposed 01/02/2015
STARS A project that looks into all aspects of campus operations and rates UCSC according to a point scale of sustainability. Proposed 01/02/2015

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