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One of its stated goals in response to UCOP’s policy is to “identify and pursue opportunities for operational infrastructure improvements that will increase waste diversion.” The policy set landfill diversion goals of 50 percent in 2008, 75 percent in 2012 and 95 percent by the year 2020.
To achieve these goals, one of the first acknowledgements was the need to change how UCSC charges for waste and recycling pickup.
As is typical for the refuse collection industry, the campus had fixed dumpster collection routes and frequencies that did not offer detailed data regarding weight or fill status on a location and customer basis.
The department realized there was no reliable way to use this system to accurately measure waste streams and achieve its zero-waste goal.
The University of California is one such organization, and in 2011 the Office of the President (UCOP) renewed a commitment to environmental sustainability by mandating that the 10 state universities and five medical centers in its system participate in a program to help achieve zero-waste by 2020.
“Sexual assault has been a very common theme in higher education, and it should not be happening,” Portillo said.
“If me coming forward helps any other victim, that’s the best thing I could have done.” Portillo alleges that in 2015, one day before her graduation, she was raped by her assistant professor of Latin American studies, a man with a history of pursuing female students and even dating them, which is against the university’s policies.
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Campus Advocacy, Resources and Education (CARE) is the advocacy and prevention education office for sexual and gender-based violence and misconduct and is affiliated with Student Health Services on the University of California Santa Cruz campus.