This webinar highlights the Student Sustainability Committee at JCCC, including project highlights, funding, structure, and strategies for replication.
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Expected to draw over 2,000 participants, AASHE’s annual conference is the largest stage to share effective models, policies, research, collaborations and transformative actions which advance sustainability in higher education and surrounding communities.
The conference theme is Breaking Down Silos: Fostering Collaborative Action on the SDGs. The aim of the conference is to bring together persons involved in research, policy, practice, and business.
Learn how to conduct a bike share feasibility study, evaluate options, select a vendor, and launch (or re-launch) a program on your campus.
Welcome AASHE members! This webinar will highlight the benefits associated with AASHE membership, and explain how to best take advantage of them. The live presentation will allow for questions and answers from attendees. While new and recently renewed institutions and organizations may find the webinar most helpful, all current AASHE members are welcome to attend.
The conference, which is entitled “Managing and Financing Responsible Businesses”, will host papers on sustainability with major contributions to complementary disciplines such as finance, accounting, management, strategy and development economics.
The Academic Bicycle Challenge is for college and university staff, faculty and students to track their cycled miles for a chance to appear on one of eight different leaderboard types.
The 4th World Symposium on Sustainable Development at Universities (WSSD-U-2018) will focus on Universities as Living Labs for Sustainable Development: Supporting the Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals.
This webinar introduces social change theory and tried and tested methods that will enable you to engage more staff and students in your sustainability work.
The webinar shares how Swarthmore’s PSRF program promotes sustainable change by positioning students as change leaders, engages the campus, and advances campus sustainability priorities.