Recently, PLAN, DivestEd, Uprooted & Rising: Real Meals Campaign, and UnKoch My Campus and others shared an open letter regarding the businesses we interact with, specifically related to sponsors at the Global Conference on Sustainability for Higher Education. We are grateful for the opportunity to reflect on how we can better advance our mission while […]
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The circular economy is the next frontier of sustainability. What does this mean for IT hardware? Find out in this article by TCO Development.
College campuses come in all shapes and sizes and are often designed to provide all necessary amenities to students, professors and staff who spend their days there. But how often is that landscape thought of as a tool in the learning experience toolbox? Unless you attend school in a climate with limited seasonality or currently […]
AASHE was proud to participate in the Digital Climate Strike. Several AASHE staff also took part in the Global #ClimateStrike.
Club Car has launched a Campus Sustainability Grant Program, an initiative to help colleges and universities in the transition to greener fleets.
AASHE’s Director of Programs, Julian Dautremont, was recently interviewed by the Campus Energy and Sustainability podcast about STARS.
Cynthia Klein-Banai shares her experience from attending the REFOCUS workshop and how everyone is connected to contribute toward sustainability success!
Jim Walker, Director of Sustainability, University of Texas at Austin discussed the sustainable programs on campus and how they collaborate with the City of Austin with the Green Guy.
See what colleges and universities did to celebrate Earth Day, Week and Month in 2019!
Implementing an energy management information system (EMIS) is key to driving campus energy conservation programs forward. Find out why!