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 similar situation regarding energy and sustainability in education. We celebrate our successes from the Y2K era while acknowledging the need for a paradigm shift that […]
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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 solutions–that also offer a visual impact at little-to-no cost increase? Many ideas for sustainable change check multiple boxes–but few ideas check all the boxes. One […]
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, there may be an untapped opportunity for higher education facilities to further reduce their carbon footprints through their supply chains. In partnership with organizations such […]
Club Car has launched a Campus Sustainability Grant Program, an initiative to help colleges and universities in the transition to greener fleets.
Implementing an energy management information system (EMIS) is key to driving campus energy conservation programs forward. Find out why!
AASHE unveils its DEI statement as well as next steps on how DEI will be incorporated into the organization’s day-to-day operations.
The most clicked stories were gathered together to review the most important articles to the higher education sustainability community in 2017.
CustomerFirst Renewables, AASHE Supporter Business Member, supported Michigan State University’s install solar panels in lots primarily used for tailgating.
Explore common issues identified during the STARS collaborative review process that require follow-up and increase the quality of your report.
“How much is one ton of CO2?” “One ton of CO2, that’s like half an elephant, right? Wait, isn’t CO2 a gas? How does that even work?” Find out!