CSUN Sustainability 2020

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Sustainability Resources

CSUN has a variety of programs, policies, and services to educate and enable campus members to adopt more sustainable habits. Whether you’re looking for a carpooling buddy, environmentally preferred purchasing guide, or information on-campus waste disposal procedures, our campus and community resources page can help you find what you need, and much more.


Streamline processes and procedures while conserving resources.

OnBase- Digital document storage for CSUN users

DocuSign - Send and sign documents digitally, make printing and scanning a thing of the past.


Host a sustainable meeting, conference, celebration or more.

CSUN Sustainable Event Guide

Purchasing & Consumption

Learn how certain aspects of sustainability such as packaging, toxicity, materials sourcing and product disposal can play a role in purchasing decisions.

CSUN Asset Management- Request a pick up of surplus office furniture and equipment for campus departments or reclaim furniture from other departments. Recycle state-owned electronics

Asset Management Public Surplus Auction Site- Bid on listings of discounted office or outdoor equipment available for anyone.

Environmentally Preferred Purchasing Policy

Sustainability Champions

Launched in 2019, the Sustainability Champions program is an initiative to engage and empower CSUN employees to expand sustainability knowledge and practices within their areas of influence. This network of sustainability communicators and practitioners fosters a culture of environmental and social stewardship, with the goal of having representation in every department across the campus. Sustainability Champions serve as an informational resource to others in their department and help identify opportunities to integrate sustainability into everyday operations.

CSUN Sustainability Champions

Workshop & Webinar Recordings

Explore to learn about some of the programs and workshops we have hosted.

2020 Victory Garden Workshop Series

2020 Earth Month Webinar Series

CSUN Sustainability YouTube Channel