The ISCN 2021 conference will provide a timely opportunity to exchange ideas on how climate action and sustainable development at universities can be fostered from an academic, operational and student perspective.
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This event is focused on the interconnected impacts of environmental, social, and economic issues on underserved communities, designed to drive action by leveraging the power of procurement.
Session Four: Triple Bottom Line Benefits of Local Food Procurement
Session Three: Planning for Strong Community/Institution Partnerships
Session Two: Making it Happen: Institutional Procurement of Local Food
Keynote Session: Strengthening Regional Agriculture Through Institutional Procurement: the Farm to OHIO Working Group
This webinar highlights research on the purchasing practices of Smith College Dining to analyze methods of reducing GHG emissions through food substitutions.
The World Sustainable Develop Teach-In Day is a day for faculty and lecturers pick a Sustainable Development Goal and offer an in-person or online lesson on it. Online options include a live webinar or a pre-recorded one. Academic staff from universities anywhere can participate. The open access action nature of the event aims to facilitate […]
This live awards ceremony celebrates 11 outstanding winners advancing sustainability through projects, initiatives and research by students, faculty and staff at higher education institutions. This year’s winners span in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal and Australia.
Reducing/eliminating the use of hydrofluorocarbons has been identified as one of the top strategies for climate action. However, until now, clear guidance wasn’t available for purchasers seeking to procure equipment with climate friendly refrigerants. That’s why the SPLC, in partnership with the Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development, convened an Action Team to develop guidance […]