These are just a few of the sustainability resources available to the Institute community.
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The Monterey Peninsula has a large network of bike paths and bike lanes that make much of the area bike accessible. The Institute provides bike racks in many locations on campus in order to facilitate commuting by bike.
Monterey-Salinas Transit (MST) provides bus service to the Monterey Peninsula area and beyond. Some students choose to take advantage of this service. The transit company offers many types of passes in order to reward frequent users.
Event Planning Guides
The Green Event Guide was created by students in order to provide the Institute community recommendations on how to reduce the impacts of events held on campus and suggests ways to reduce the amount of waste generated and energy used.
In addition, Institute policy ensures that at least 50 percent of all food items be plant-based for all receptions, services, and other Institute events. The Green Event Guide recommends that food be locally grown, organic, and minimally processed whenever possible.
Additional Environmental Guides
The Sustainability Guide was created by students in the Environmental Task Force. The guide contains advice on how to decrease one’s eco-footprint as well as information on stores where you can find “green” products or restaurants that offer sustainable options in the Monterey Bay area. It is continually updated in order to provide the best information available.
The Green Buying Guide was created by students as a tool for fellow students and community members. It addresses many of the topics found in the Sustainability Guide as well as issues such as diet, transportation, and green holidays.
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