AndThe Environmental Policy and Planning Commission (EPPC) is an advisory board made up of nine members and up to four alternates. It is responsible for researching environmental issues affecting the campus and its surrounding area, and providing recommendations for improvement. EPPC is committed to providing environmental representation of legislation to ASUCD, creating new environmental legislation, and enforcing past environmental legislation. It is the goal of EPPC to provide environmental education and outreach in order to better inform students and the campus community about the environment and relevant issues. EPPC works with students, administration, ASUCD, student environmental groups, the City of Davis, and other relevant bodies in order to better recognize and address the environmental concerns of the campus and its community. EPPC works with these groups to encourage collaboration in working toward the underlying goal of creating a more sustainable environment.
Tuesdays 7:30pm in the Moss (3rd floor MU)
To view the members’ profiles of the Environmental Policy and Planning Commission, click here!
|Amy Wangemail@example.com||1st Alternate|
|Jessica Siegelfirstname.lastname@example.org||2nd Alternate|
Naftali Moed’s Office Hours:
Monday: 10:30-12:00 (Senate Office)
Tuesday: 7-7:30 (either Moss room or Senate Office)