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Nanogrid to Campus Microgrid: Deploying Santa Fe Community College’s Microgrid

Santa Fe Community College (SFCC) is achieving the cutting-edge with facility improvement projects that tie into education and research, while also improving energy resilience in addition to operating more efficiently and sustainably. The program includes a research and teaching nanogrid that will incorporate traditional power generation, photovoltaic solar power, natural gas generation, and a battery […]

Culture, Curriculum & Regenerative Development Webinar

This webinar will wade into the world of public affairs to explore the opportunities to catalyze a new model of giving and investment, one that is disruptive, and inspiring, driven by social finance and impact investing models and principles. We will discuss some brilliantly successful models of progressive philanthropy from Europe, Canada, and Australia. We […]

A Learning Outcomes Based General Education Sustainability Requirement Webinar

The University of Vermont (UVM) adopted a learning-outcomes-based general education sustainability requirement in Fall 2015.  The requirement is unique because sustainability is a non-traditional general education theme, and general education requirements are routinely course-based, not learning-outcomes based. The learning-outcomes based nature of the requirement allowed us to create a flexible requirement with three options: taking […]

International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic & Social Sustainability

The Fourteenth International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic & Social Sustainability features research addressing the themes listed below.  The 2018 conference includes a special focus: Forging Solidarity—Collective Sustainability Solutions in a Fragmenting World. Environmental Sustainability Sustainability in Economic, Social, and Cultural Context Sustainability Policy and Practice Sustainability Education

Engagement Resources for Sustainability Education & Action

After completing Northwest Earth Institute’s annual October EcoChallenge, participants often ask “How can we go deeper?” or “What are the next steps for me personally, or for my organization?” or “How can I keep my team engaged?” This 30-minute webinar facilitated by two long-term NWEI staffers, will answer these questions and more. During this webinar […]