Jeremy Levine

Rena Lahn
Gary Huynh
Student Affairs Coordinator
Ian Castillo
Statewide Affairs Coordinator

Michael Wintermantel
Clean Energy Chair

Gabby D’Souza
Sustainable Business Chair
Niko Van Eimeren
Sustainable Foods Co-Chair
Sheina Crystal
Sustainable Foods Co-Chair

Amanda Pantoja
Environmental Justice Chair

Joanne Yue
Earth Day Co-Coordinator
Kat Sitnikova
Earth Day Co-Coordinator
Hailey Colin
Publicity Co-Chair

McKenzie Sime
Publicity Co-Chair

Michelle Geldin
Social Co-Chair
Shant Abraamyan
Social Co-Chair
Cooper DiNapoli
Volunteer Chair

Grace Rosburg

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Green Bill Certification

green_bill_logoThe A.S. Green Bill has its roots in UCSB Sustainability’s Program for the Assessment and Certification for the Environment and Sustainability (PACES), which evaluates and certifies Green Offices on campus. PACES certified A.S. offices collectively and created a customized set of sustainability goals. A.S. Legislative Council, a group of students representative of the student body, summarized these sustainability goals in the A.S. Green Bill, and passed the bill into the A.S. Legal Code in Spring 2011.

Not only does the A.S. Green Bill strive to meet PACES Green Office Goals, but it also voices the student body’s desire to continue UCSB’s historical leadership in environmental science and sustainability thoughout Associated Students. It’s specific measures are summarized here. A.S. groups should strive to understand and meet the sustainability measures in place.

The purpose of Environmental Affairs Board‘s A.S. Green Bill Certification is to increase environmental awareness and initiate sustainable practices within A.S. organizations. The certification Checklist measures how sustainable the organization is and specifies attainable sustainable practice goals. Organizations will be rewarded 1-4 stars based on the percentage of completed Checklist goals. The individualized Green Bulletin Boards in each organization’s office intend to manifest and maintain environmental awareness, as well as personalize sustainability goals for each organization’s officers. The Green Bulletin Boards showcase office members, goals, and hold related resources.

  • Member profile pictures, titles, and “sustainable-thought” bubbles intend to involve and remind every officer of their pledge to the program.
    • 50% of the office members are required to sign the A.S. Green Bill Pledge in order to receive a bulletin board.
  • Each Green Bulletin Board exhibits a Goal Sheet with allotted space for PACES Goals and Green Bill Goals.
    • The program encourages organizations to collaborate with PACES for office energy audits, purchasing audits, and sustainability walk-throughs. PACES’ assessments provide goals to fill in the Goal Sheet on the Green Bulletin Boards.
    • Use the Green Bill Certification Checklist to fill in Green Bill Goals.
  • Resources related to the A.S. Green Bill Certification are

The A.S. Green Bill Certification is meant to be a easy tool for sustainable improvement. Please help UCSB continue its legacy in environmental activism. You don’t have to be a sustainability organization to be a sustainable one!

Recommend another organization to the A.S. Green Bill Certification and get points on your checklist!

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