CNSI researchers at UCSB and UCLA are leading efforts to create technologies and processes to enable a sustainable future. Nanoscience innovation is critically important to the development of new materials for energy storage and transduction, energy efficient lighting, and water filtration. Through the NSF BioPACIFIC MIP, CNSI researchers are driving the development of bio-derived and bio-inspired materials and advances in green chemistries, including degradable and upcyclable building blocks for use in low-cost, low-energy manufacturing processes through on-demand additive manufacturing. The Center for Scientific Computing at UCSB provides critical infrastructure for simulation of molecular processes to identify and optimize such materials, as well as devices for water filtration and next-generation battery technologies. Discoveries through the NSF Quantum Foundry will unlock the power of quantum computing to enable unprecedented simulations of complex molecular interactions.