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Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS) is a transparent, self-reporting framework for colleges and universities to measure their sustainability performance.
The largest stage to share effective models, policies, research, collaborations and transformative actions which advance sustainability in higher education.
A one-stop shop for toolkits and resource collections on all aspects of sustainability in higher education.
A weekly e-newsletter that delivers the latest in campus sustainability news, resources, opportunities, events, and jobs and internships.
McHenry County College Earth Day
Member Spotlight
Kimberly Hankins, Director of Sustainability at McHenry County College, shared how she contributes to the advancement of sustainability at this institution.
AASHE empowers higher education faculty, administrators, staff and students to be effective change agents and drivers of sustainability innovation. AASHE enables members to translate information into action by offering essential resources and professional development to a diverse, engaged community of sustainability leaders.
Sustainability Across the Curriculum Workshopp
AASHE has partnered with 13 Centers for Sustainability Across the Curriculum on a pilot basis to offer workshops and other professional development opportunities on sustainability in the curriculum in an effort to increase the accessibility and diversity of sustainability-oriented training for faculty.
Affiliate Networks
As the campus sustainability movement has evolved, a wide variety of networks of campus sustainability advocates have emerged. These networks, which are often formed along state, provincial and/or regional lines, share many goals with AASHE. For this reason, we have formalized a collaborative relationship with many of these networks through our Affiliates Program.
Mentorship Program
Our program connects campus sustainability practitioners with peers to share knowledge, cooperate on projects and advance the field of higher education sustainability. Applications will open again next summer.