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.
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The 2020 AASHE Sustainability Award winners were recognized in campus achievements, student leadership and more. Read Sustainability and Climate Change’s take.
Find out how AASHE institutions celebrated Earth Day a year into the global pandemic.
Meet the 2020 AASHE Sustainability Award finalists and save the date for the AASHE Sustainability Awards ceremony on Dec. 3 at 12:00 p.m. ET.
EDITED TO ADD on Oct. 27, 2020: AASHE and PLAN will meet mid-November to discuss processes and next steps. 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 […]
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.