AASHE is proud to work with a wide variety of business partners to achieve our mission. The nature of our relationships can take on many forms, including memberships, donations, sponsorships and more.  We work with businesses to share our message while helping them meet business and sustainability objectives.

Current Business Partners

Explore the Sustainable Campus Partners listing! Be featured in this invaluable resource for higher education sustainability professionals.

Thank You AASHE Business Leaders

  • Atrius

    Atrius provides industry-leading energy management and sustainability reporting solutions to some of the world’s most well-known higher education institutions. Our customers are all focused on the same goal: reducing their impact on the natural environment. Through our industry-leading platform Atrius Building Insights, energy and sustainability professionals can address the biggest gaps in accelerating their progress towards Net Zero. We provide solutions to help automate manual workflows, centralize data, and standardize reporting critical to reducing emissions and meeting reduction goals. Atrius Building Insights was formerly known as BuildingOS or the Lucid Dashboard. We are now part of the Atrius brand within Acuity Brands’ portfolio.

  • Chartwells

    Chartwells is the recognized leader in contract food service management, hospitality, and guest service at over 300 colleges and universities in the United States. Chartwells is re-inventing the on-campus dining experience by investing in high-tech, food-infused social spaces that bring students and people together to promote meaningful relationships and interactions. The company’s culinary, nutrition, technology, and sustainability excellence bring unique dining experiences to every campus.

  • Clearloop

    Clearloop creates carbon solutions for organizations of all sizes to decarbonize the American economy and accelerate the development of new solar projects in the communities where the greatest economic and environmental benefits can be achieved. These projects reduce greenhouse gas emissions while spurring economic investment to usher in a more equitable energy transition in the United States. Clearloop uses emissionality, a quantitative measurement that compares the impact of renewable energy projects on driving down emissions, to determine where new solar generation can displace the most carbon. Clearloop is shifting climate action investments to accelerate grid decarbonization and help organizations like colleges and universities achieve emissions reductions faster and more effectively. To learn more, visit clearloop.us.

  • COHO Climate Advisors
  • Didomi

    Didomi is a social enterprise, founded by African immigrants who endured the water crisis, dedicated to addressing global water scarcity and ending plastic waste by selling premium-quality, custom-designed reusable water bottles. We collaborate with eco-conscious organizations dedicated to bold sustainability initiatives (i.e. The New School’s ‘Renew’ campaign and George Washington University’s ‘Past Plastic’ campaign). Our high-quality bottles strike the perfect balance between function and aesthetic and enable organizations to tangibly demonstrate their commitment to eliminating plastic waste by providing an attractive, reusable alternative to single-use plastics. As part of the Didomi Promise, every bottle purchased provides 10 years of clean, safe and reliable water access to someone in need.

  • Follett Higher Education Group

    Follett Higher Education partners with more than 1,000 colleges and universities across North America to foster academic enrichment, drive student success, and evoke campus pride. We’re shaping the future of the higher education journey—with memorable retail experiences, pioneering technology, sustainable practices, and programs that ensure students get instant, equal, and affordable access to course materials. Students are at the heart of everything we do. We stand firm in our belief of putting people first, and our intentional practice of corporate and social responsibility has been a guiding force across our 145-year history.

  • Lyon Software
    For over 30 years, Lyon Software has provided a comprehensive tool to enable our clients to track and evaluate how their community initiatives are working to improve the communities in which they serve.  CBISA™, a web-based software, tracks both quantitative and qualitative data about your sustainability efforts to make sure they are meeting the identified needs of your communities.  Easy reporting features allow you to report to your stakeholders with the click of a button. We believe in helping you and your community achieve a better tomorrow. Let us show you a whole new world of data.
  • Tersano Inc.
    Tersano Inc. is a privately held innovations company based in Windsor, Ontario with offices and distribution centers throughout Canada, USA, Latin America, APAC and EMEA. Established in 2001, Tersano develops and manufactures devices that produce Stabilized Aqueous Ozone (SAO) for personal and professional use. Serving clients in many industries such as healthcare, education, manufacturing, and hospitality. Tersano has been a global innovator in toxic-free cleaning for almost two decades and was the first company to concurrently receive both the Green Seal 37 (for Industrial and Institutional Cleaners) and the Green Seal 53 (for Biologically Active Cleaning Products).

Ways to Partner with AASHE

With access to over 10,000 professionals from almost 900 institutions, AASHE business partners are well positioned to increase their exposure and business opportunities within the higher education sustainability community.

We offer many options for your organization to reach out our members and the larger community. Whether it’s as an exhibitor at an event, placing an advertisement in our weekly e-newsletter or as a sponsor for our workshops, there’s something for everyone.


As an AASHE business member, you have the opportunity to gain better understanding of the needs of your customers and to collaborate with them on sustainability challenges. Membership also provides access to the latest community news, discounts on advertising placements and conference exhibit space, a listing in the Sustainable Campus Partners listing and more. We offer two levels of membership, designed to allow you to pick the solution that best fits your needs.


An AASHE sponsorship heightens your company’s presence by promoting your brand to an important part of your market.

AASHE Conference & Expo

For sponsors and exhibitors, the AASHE conference represents a prime opportunity to position your brand at the forefront of the sustainability movement within higher education. By aligning your business with this esteemed event, you gain invaluable exposure to a captive audience of decision-makers, thought leaders, and influencers actively seeking innovative solutions to propel their sustainability agendas forward. Whether you’re unveiling cutting-edge products, showcasing sustainable practices, or offering strategic services, the AASHE conference serves as the ideal arena to amplify your message.


AASHE publishes a variety of publications to inform members on trends, best practices and more. Our publications typically receive 1,000+ direct downloads each year from the AASHE website as well as additional exposure through social media and other AASHE marketing channels. Consider sponsoring the next Campus Sustainable Index or the Higher Education Sustainability Staffing Survey.


AASHE workshops offer the opportunity to connect directly with sustainability leaders in a small and informal setting. Sponsors participate fully in the workshop alongside potential clients and are provided the opportunity to present their sustainability offerings in a 10-minute pitch. They also receive promotional recognition before, during and after the event.


Our webinars attract members and nonmembers to expand their professional expertise across a variety of topics and skills. Sponsors have the opportunity to partner with an institution to present their business case to decision-makers in the higher education sustainability community during a 60- or 90-minute webinar.


Share your message and gain exposure when you advertise with AASHE. Through various channels, AASHE reaches a wide range of sustainability-oriented professionals in higher education.

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