The 2017 annual State of New York Sustainability Conference provides a platform for empowering and inspiring change, facilitating action, and for sharing, networking, and collaboration related to sustainability within the New York state’s higher education institutions.
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This webinar will teach attendees how Powersuite can support campuses in understanding how energy policy impact campus climate efforts.
Join GreenerU for the very first campus sustainability “co-laboratory.” This Bring Your Own Problem (BYOP) approach provides campus representatives an opportunity to present their own distinct energy and climate-related challenges in a group format. Attendees work as a team to problem-solve the pressing issues of campus sustainability today.
Government policies play an important role in driving green chemistry innovation and adoption. Policies that range from research and development, education, tax and investment incentives to purchasing preferences and chemicals assessment and management regulations at the state, federal, and international levels can all impact demand for and supply of green chemistry alternatives as well as […]
Expected to draw over 2,000 participants, AASHE’s annual conference is the largest stage to share effective models, policies, research, collaborations and transformative actions which advance sustainability in higher education and surrounding communities.
This webinar explores how colleges and universities can transform their underutilized parking facilities into solar power generation systems.
Measuring the impact of recycling and waste reduction programs.
This webinar is designed for facilities directors, energy managers, sustainability directors, and finance officers at colleges and universities to help get a handle on complex decision-making processes regarding major efficiency upgrades and new construction projects on campuses.
The California Higher Education Sustainability Conference (CHESC) highlights cutting-edge research, as well as case studies with proven successes in curriculum development, operational programs, and community partnerships.