The most clicked stories were gathered together to review the most important articles to the higher education sustainability community in 2017.
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Beyond Benign’s Executive Director shared her perspective on how chemistry and sustainability is interconnected at the AASHE Conference & Expo.
Eban Goodstein, PhD, wrote an article for Sustainability: The Journal of Record on steps graduating students can take to secure a career in sustainability.
85 colleges and universities celebrated Earth Day through marches, art, clean-up efforts, tree plantings, gardening, wildlife conservation and more!
Celebrate Earth Day on Saturday, April 22 with AASHE in three ways – join the March for Science, watch a documentary and host a waste-free dinner party.
What is your college or university doing to celebrate Earth Day? Share photos that capture celebrations throughout the month.
Explore common issues identified during the STARS collaborative review process that require follow-up and increase the quality of your report.
Below are the top 10 most clicked Bulletin stories of 2016: Princeton Review Announces ‘Green College Honor Roll’ Sierra Magazine Releases 2016 Cool Schools List AASHE Announces Top Performers in 2016 Sustainable Campus Index HEIs Pen Letter to President-Elect Regarding Climate Action St. Olaf College Soon to be Carbon Neutral AASHE Inaugurates 13 ‘Centers for […]
Food is a basic necessity of life and so it should come as no surprise that a large number of colleges and universities across North America have begun to recognize food as an important component in campus sustainability as well. More than 100 higher education institutions have established community campus gardens. With names ranging from […]
We get asked this question pretty regularly, and the topic recently came up on the Green School discussion list. I thought I’d take a stab at pulling together all the research on this question that I’m aware of. Until recently, there was only anecdotal evidence that an institution’s sustainability performance was important to prospective students. […]