In this engaging session, participants are invited to discuss the new knowledge, capacities, and resources that students and educators need to grapple with the climate crisis. Presenting case study research […]
This session will explore honors courses as opportunities for innovative courses in sustainability and the environment.
This event brings together faculty members from all academic disciplines to work collaboratively to introduce & enhance sustainability content in any course.
Throughout 2022 the Sustainable Endowments Institute will be facilitating monthly peer-to-peer discussions for sustainability and facilities professionals to share common obstacles and learn from one another. The topics will be […]
The webinar will describe a survey tool to measure the extent to which sustainability is embedded in the culture of the institution.
My Green Lab’s community sits at the unique intersection of industry, academia, manufacturing, policy, and funding bodies and intends to leverage that position to drive a rapid and permanent systemic transformation of the industry. Our proven theory of change begins with inspiring and empowering individuals to think differently about their work in the lab, but those individuals need community support and collaboration to be effective. Further, the massive environmental challenges of our times demand that we scale up our work to have the necessary impact. We need to focus on critical leverage points, such as the funding of scientific research, to achieve scale and accelerate change. This event brings together 750+ of […]
The conference focuses on the complex task of creating and sustaining comprehensive institutional change designed to improve racial and ethnic relations on campus and to expand opportunities for educational access and success by culturally diverse, traditionally underrepresented populations.
This webinar provides an introduction to the key features and benefits of starting a green revolving fund.
This session addresses how games in the classroom can be used to broaden student understanding of climate change.
Join team members from the University of Chicago and Edison Energy as they discuss the University’s strategic planning and pathway development to achieve their 50% reduction in GHG emissions across scopes 1 and 2 by 2030.