This webinar identifies steps necessary to start a food hub in your community including lessons learned and how it builds community resilience.
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This webinar features a walk through of SPLC’s Benchmarking System and a presentation of early results from the system, as well as a cross-walk with STARS.
The symposium is geared toward researchers, students, professionals and conscious consumers and will cover environment and resources, food chain labor, animal welfare, public health and community well-being, and farmers, ranchers and fishers. The program will examine the ethical issues associated with food and agriculture by sharing the framework for ethical assessment of food products.
This webinar covers strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through procurement, food service and systems change and menu shifts, data tracking and storytelling.
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.
This workshop will prepare business, finance and facilities officers to more effectively lead the efforts to advance their campus operations.
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 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.
The 2018 conference will be organized around the themes of indigenous knowledge, decolonization and socio-ecological resiliency in agroecology and sustainable food systems education. The conference will offer many unique opportunities to explore how the University of Hawai‘i, and other indigenous serving institutions in North America, are working to integrate traditional ecological knowledge, practice and culture into post-secondary food systems education.
This webinar highlights how colleges can increase the sustainability of their campus landscapes and engage students in making sustainable gardening choices.