Sustainability Office: Welcome


Sustainability Dashboard

Sustainability Dashboard

Check out Humboldt's sustainability data dashboard managed by the Humboldt Advisory Committee on Sustainability to see performance and trends over time. Learn about goals, status, projects, and next steps. 

Image is an icon for Academics & Research with an apple on top of a book. Image is an icon for Energy with a lightbulb with a plant inside and a round arrow circling it.Image is an icon for Engagement with two hands top and bottom and an Earth image between them. Image is an icon for Divestment with a piggybank symbol, with a dollar sign inside it and a plant growing from the top. Image is an icon for Food with a hand holding a plantImage is an icon for Greenhouse Gas Emissions with a building and two smoke stacks. Image is an icon for Purchasing with an Earth symbol and an arrow circling around it and a sun shining at the top. Image is an icon for Transportation with a car facing right and an electric plug coming out the back Image is an icon for Waste with a garbage pail with a plant displayed on the front and an arrow circling the plant. Image is an icon for Water with a water faucet.

Programs & Initiatives

News & Events

News & Events

Check out the most recent sustainability news in Humboldt NOW

See the campus sustainability calendar

Read the monthly campus sustainability newsletter (Subscribe)

Follow along on our Recent Happenings Page for informal announcements

Image shows bikes from the Humboldt Bikeshare all locked up in a line at their station on the Arcata Plaza.

Planning & Reporting

Planning & Reporting

Explore a number of plans and reports that Humboldt Sustainability Staff manage on a routine basis, including:


Humboldt Climate Action Planning

Building Resilience to Climate Change

CSU Sustainability Policy

CSU (system-level) Sustainability Initiatives


Get Involved

Get Involved

Learn about ways you can take immediate action to get involved with sustainability at Humboldt including:

Leadership in Sustainability:

Clubs & Student Programs



Community Gardening On- and Off-campus

  • There are many community gardens and farms, both on- and off-campus, where students are gaining skills, connecting with others and nature, and growing nutritious and delicious organic food. Check out the Community Gardens Resource Guide to find out about local opportunities, and let's get gardening!
  • The North Coast Community Garden Collaborative's goal is to give everyone access to gardens by bolstering existing gardens and adding new ones. The NCCGC also assists community gardeners by giving out plant starts, seeds, soil and more. Find out about local gardens, volunteering and more at the NCCGC website.

Image shows a Bicycle Learning Center employee looks at a bike.   Image shows students composting at CCAT, the Campus Center for Appropriate Technology live-in demonstration house.

Sustainability Events