The Sustainability Resource Center is a collaborative effort between the Sustainability Program Office and the Student Sustainability Collective. Their shared goals include balancing environmental, social and economic stewardship as they relate to sustainability, maximizing campus and local outreach and participation, reducing the campus impact on the environment, and establishing a model for contributing to local, national and global sustainability. We invite the UC San Diego community to develop sustainable innovative solutions by utilizing SRC resources.
map & directions
Drop by the Sustainability Resource Center (SRC) to find out more about campus sustainability projects. The SRC is located in the northwest corner of the Price Center West on the first level by the theater. See map below for details. Hours: The SRC is open weekdays, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. except university holidays.
The SRC was designed by Jimmy Sullivan of CitiZen Design Studio. Staff and students collaborated to create an inviting space. By using environmentally friendly materials, the SRC achieved Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Certification.
Over 30 suppliers and manufacturers donated sustainable materials and services, including: