The Fifteenth International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic & Social Sustainability features research addressing the following annual themes. Environmental Sustainability Sustainability in Economic, Social, and Cultural Context Sustainability Policy and Practice Sustainability Education
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Learn how to use an updated set of ENERGY STAR resources to teach an interactive, applied course module or short course on commercial building efficiency.
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.
Using contemplative practices, this retreat explores the connections between our deepest inner experiences and our environmental efforts. Through daily meditation, art, nature walks, yoga, journal writing and other reflective exercises, participants will investigate the interface between inner ecology and our pedagogical and activist work.
The 17th California Higher Education Sustainability Conference promotes policies and programs fostering sustainability within California higher education.
The Association of Environmental Studies and Sciences (AESS) 2018 conference invites attendees to participate in defining priorities, ask questions, produce answers, and implement solutions in order to address the need for much broader and richer inclusion in all aspects of environmental studies and sciences.
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 Workshop is for Designing ECE post-secondary programs with a focus on sustainability, by incorporating an Early Childhood Education Program model for raising the next generation of stewards.
The workshop is intended for faculty and staff who are currently using Sustainability Living Learning Labs on their campus or in their community.
Attend this workshop to become familiar with the Piedmont/Ponderosa model a philosophy of change in higher education helpful to guide curriculum development