Environmental Business Society

The Enviro-Business Society of San Diego State University is a non-profit, student-run organization that promotes sustainability on campus. We strive to create change with the added benefit of a positive business result.

We believe businesses should always live by the triple bottom line- people, planet, profit. This business model is the only way we can generate a sustainable future for generations to come and a conscious present for a thriving population.

We organize initiatives that develop awareness, reform the status quo, expand professional/social networks, and provide solutions to important ethical and environmental dilemmas.

What We Do

Tabling at the Farmer’s Market on campus!

AECOM Vice President of Environmental Planning Practice LEAD, Teri Fenner, speaking to the general members.

Tour of the Alvarado Waste Water Treatment Plant

Blog Posts

Written by SDSU Student

  • e3 Member’s Social Entrepreneurship: Roots Collective
    Roots Collective is a family of global citizens who are revolutionizing plastic waste, empowering through employment, and enlightening our communities by advocating for all living beings. One of the founders is a member of e3 and a fourth year SociologyContinue reading “Home”
  • Littering and Graduating at SDSU
    For years, students have gathered in front of Hepner Hall to commemorate their graduation with celebratory photos. These photo shoots typically involve confetti, glitter and champagne. Hepner Hall is a historical and iconic location on our campus. Hepner Hall wasContinue reading “Home”
  • Unique-Sustainable Products 2019
    Allbirds utilizes a sustainably sourced wool from New Zealand, tree fiber from South Africa and sugar cane from Brazil (among other sustainable materials used in their footwear). Shoes start at $95 for men and women. For more information about theirContinue reading “Home”