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Liaison Dan Wakelee
Submission Date May 1, 2015
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California State University, Channel Islands
EN-5: Outreach Campaign

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete Expired Dan Wakelee
Assistant Provost
Academic Affairs
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Has the institution held at least one sustainability-related outreach campaign directed at students within the previous three years that has yielded measurable, positive results in advancing sustainability?:
Yes

Has the institution held at least one sustainability-related outreach campaign directed at employees within the previous three years that has yielded measurable, positive results in advancing sustainability?:
No

The name of the campaign (1st campaign):
Green Generation Composting

A brief description of the campaign (1st campaign):

During Fall 2013- Spring 2014 the Green Generation Club of California State University Channel Islands held composting campaigns and composting day events to get students involved in the composting project that the club has initiated. Students collect coffee grounds and filters, green waste, and other post consumer food waste from around the campus to place in the composting site located on campus. The composting event is held monthly and is open to the whole campus.


A brief description of the measured positive impact(s) of the campaign (1st campaign):

The positive impact of this campaign is gaining students that are interested in composting. This is the first composting campaign that allows students to become involved and it has gained a number of students that commit their time into composting on campus.


The website URL where information about the campaign is available (1st campaign):
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The name of the campaign (2nd campaign):
Refill not Landfill

A brief description of the campaign (2nd campaign):

A group of art students created a campaign called "Refill not Landfill" in which the students promoted the use of the hydration stations around campus rather than using single use plastic water bottles.


A brief description of the measured positive impact(s) of the campaign (2nd campaign):

We surveyed how often students use their reusable water bottles before the hydration stations were installed and after the hydration stations were installed and after the campaign.


The website URL where information about the campaign is available (2nd campaign):
A brief description of other outreach campaigns, including measured positive impacts:
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