The Campus Kitchens Project’s (CKP) spring Launch Grant Competition is taking place in April! CKP is offering $5,000 startup grants for schools interested in launching a Campus Kitchens on their campus. Two info sessions will be held for schools interesting in learning more about The Campus Kitchens Project and the Launch Grant Competition. If you have questions, […]
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Join this webinar to hear about two examples of cutting edge efforts to expand food waste collection to academic buildings, residence halls and other locations across campus.
The conference will focus on what it will take to achieve the U.N.’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It will offer opportunities to learn, network, collaborate and exhibit amongst development professionals from across Oregon. It will consist of multiple networking opportunities (including an evening reception), workshops, panel discussions, facilitated knowledge sharing and a forum focused on fostering partnership and collaboration. The SDGs, in short, are […]
The 2017 annual State of New York Sustainability Conference provides a platform for empowering and inspiring change, facilitating action, and for sharing, networking, and collaboration related to sustainability within the New York state’s higher education institutions.
Food organics waste prevention and recovery.
This workshop will showcase zero waste best practices and strategies from different entities across the U.S.
The National Food Recovery Dialogue 2017 seeks to engage the Food Recovery Network’s diverse student network with the policymakers, organizations and individuals making a change in the food waste realm.
Join GreenerU for the very first campus sustainability “co-laboratory.” This Bring Your Own Problem (BYOP) approach provides campus representatives an opportunity to present their own distinct energy and climate-related challenges in a group format. Attendees work as a team to problem-solve the pressing issues of campus sustainability today.
The student-focused conference brings sustainability leaders together around zero waste, environmental justice and sustainability practices on campus.
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.