The annual Higher Education Climate Leadership Summit is co-hosted by Second Nature and the Intentional Endowments Network (IEN). It is an annual gathering of higher education leaders committed to addressing inequality and the climate crisis.
This session presents strategies for instructors to facilitate student-led sustainability behavior change interventions.
This center event will discuss the importance of climate literature today.
This webinar will discuss progress, challenges and visions for advancing curricular sustainability integration that reaches all students.
The purpose of the conference is to bring together HBCU faculty and students, researchers, climate professionals and environmental justice and coastal community residents impacted by toxic facilities and severe weather events related to climate change in order to bridge the gap between theory and the experiential realities of climate change.
The Scholarship & Social Justice Undergraduate Research Conference seeks to bring staff, faculty and undergraduates together to celebrate the engaged scholarship, and reflective learning.
During this 1-hour webinar, we will review research linking climate change and mental health. We will focus on skills for coping with and moving through personal grief and loss related to climate change. Emphasis will also be placed on supporting students in processing and transforming climate change-related grief and loss. As a component of this, […]
As part of the CANIE COP 26 Climate Action Week in November 2021, leaders from across the international education sector joined together for the first time to collectively commit to take action in response to the climate crisis. We are pleased to announce the CANIE Accord, a framework to support the international education sector - […]
Join Climate Generation educator Seth Spencer as we dive into how to respond to questions about climate science or climate solutions, and how to connect students with HIGH QUALITY climate science data and information.
This one-hour webinar focuses on how different groups - cities, colleges, schools, companies, and others - are electrifying bus fleets.