Engineering and Business for Sustainability – Certificate Program at the University of California, Berkeley



  • EBS grad Tobias Schultz featured in Berkeley Engineering’s Innovations! CATCH A WAVE: Surfer and mechanical engineer Tobias Schultz (M.S.’10 ME) loves “the feeling of flying across the water” and is working to make surfing greener. Last month, he was in Southern California at the Future of Surfing conference, sponsored by surfboard recycling group Rerip, to consult on his 2009 report, Surfboard Cradle-to-Grave. (Photo by Bruce Topp.)
  • Check out our work on human-centered sustainable design from the Luce video: “The University of California Berkeley Engineering and Business for Sustainability (EBS) Certificate Program brings sustainability into product design and development in a variety of ways, from surfboards to housing. Exemplifying interdisciplinary creativity and consequence, faculty, students, and their partners in various communities show the power of innovative thinking about sustainability.” Two of our sustainable design projects are highlighted: Culturally-Sensitive Sustainable Housing with the Pinoleville Pomo Nation and  Sustainable Surfing.