With goals to increase sustainability, safety and cost-savings on campus, Middle Tennessee State University, the University of Michigan and the University of Wisconsin-Madison innovated their cleaning programs by replacing their […]
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This blog post is a snippet of Nelnet’s new white paper with the same title. Climate change: It’s real, and it’s happening. Between 1880 and 2022, the global temperature rose […]
Nowadays, we seem to be living in two worlds, caught between a longing for pre-pandemic culture and the wish for a different tomorrow. I feel we are in a very […]
As the pressure for making sustainable change on higher education campuses continues, the question becomes: of the many initiatives for sustainable change, which are the fastest, easiest, and most effective […]
Discover the 6 steps to successfully execute a zero waste campaign at your institution.
Nearly 5,000 sustainability leaders from around the world gathered virtually for AASHE’s second Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education (GCSHE). Individuals from 353 institutions across 23 countries came together […]
How to use purchasing to drive out waste and lower emissions As we all know, the higher education segment is considered a leader in setting and achieving sustainability goals. However, […]
Don’t miss out on your chance to attend this virtual event! In Oct. 2020, AASHE held its first virtual event – the Global Conference for the Advancement of Sustainability in […]
Every year, the keynote addresses at AASHE’s Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education (#GCSHE) are some of the most highly-anticipated sessions of the event. Last year’s virtual #GCSHE ushered […]
Nan Jenks-Jay was recognized as the 2020 AASHE Lifetime Achievement Award Winner. In this interview with Sustainability and Climate Change editor Jamie Devereaux, Nan Jenks-Jay gives us insight into her work, what defines sustainability education, and how the quest for restorative justice can include restoring the climate.