The International Campus Sustainability Network 2018 conference aims to provide universities with an opportunity to present their work, network and strategize how to incorporate sustainable development into the higher education setting.
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The Net Positive for Higher Education Symposium will highlight Hampshire College, Smith College, and Williams College and their holistic, multi-generational approach to sustainability, resiliency, health, innovation, and equity. This symposium is for campus planners, sustainability directors, faculty/educators, administrators, operations staff, policy professionals, and design and construction professionals.
Attend this Sustainability Professionals Retreat to advance your vision, energy, capabilities and support system as a sustainability change agent.
Details about the conference are forthcoming. The 12th annual ISCN 2018 conference will be hosted by KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden.
This conference will cover a range of climate preparedness and resiliency issues such as: sea level rise, urban heat, and both coastal and inland flooding issues. The conference is geared for small government planners and decision-makers striving to create healthy resilient communities that are better able to handle severe weather and climate impacts. The current […]
The Texas Regional Alliance for Campus Sustainability is holding its 2018 summit, bringing together regional experts and participants for a three-day conference to advance sustainability in higher education.
Join International District Energy Association (IDEA) for CampusEnergy2018, themed Sharing Solutions, Sustaining Our Future, to explore emerging technologies, innovative policies and connect with campus leaders advancing a new energy paradigm for campus energy systems.
The Washington & Oregon Higher Education Sustainability Conference (WOHESC) is a platform for empowering and inspiring change making, facilitating action, and for sharing, networking, and collaboration related to sustainability within the region’s higher education institutions.
Attendees will learn about the ISSP credentialing process and the standards for knowledge, skills, and abilities it examines; identify who the credentials are designed for and who holds them; and familiarize themselves with the key benefits these professional credentials brings to individuals and to the sustainability field as a whole.
AASHE, Sierra and The Princeton Review have made some significant changes to the data sharing process. Join this webinar to learn about these changes and how they impact you.