Carbon Neutrality Initiative
As the University of California works to reach carbon neutrality, the reports and studies conducted by the Carbon Neutrality Initiative working groups will be shared here, both for the UC community and for the benefit of other institutions in California and around the world that are facing similar issues.
The following UC Framework outlines the key elements needed for campus-specific climate resilience planning, with a deliberate focus on the most marginalized and at-risk groups.
A study of current efforts and recommendations for the University of California campuses on using strategic communication to increase engagement in the Carbon Neutrality Initiative.
A resource for the University of California, other universities, and any other entity committed to pursuing deep decarbonization through the elimination of natural gas from its operations.
A report on the barriers impeding progress toward the University of California’s goal of reaching carbon neutrality by 2025, and recommendations on how to overcome these barriers.
An executive summary of the full report, which presents pragmatic paths for achieving carbon neutrality and climate stability in California, the United States and the world.
A 10-chapter special report presenting 10 scalable and pragmatic solutions for achieving carbon neutrality and climate stability, from over 50 researchers and scholars from a wide range of disciplines across the University of California system.