At the BE.Hive on Campus: Climate Change Needs Behavior Change, you will learn about the latest academic insights from behavior science, get inspired by the world’s leading environmentalists, be ignited by artists, storytellers and explorers, and identify some of the greatest opportunities for shifting human behavior to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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In view of the rapidly growing population and accelerating global ecological crisis, the concept of sustainability offers a promising, effective and pragmatic way to switch from a self-destructive mode of development to a balanced and sustainable way of life. There is an increasing global community consensus on the importance of education for sustainable development, which […]
This year’s Upper Midwest Association for Campus Sustainability (UMACS) conference theme is Diversity, Community, & Creativity: Elements for Sustainable Transformation.
Despite the fact that teaching on sustainable development is important, and that it may prove instrumental for future oriented action and for a sustainable society, there is at present a need to strengthen and accelerate the initiatives from higher education institutions in this key area. It is against this background that the Symposium “Accelerating the Implementation […]
The 7th ICSD 2019 is inspired from the critical challenge of human, environmental, and economic sustainability concerning the present and future generations in a global-scale context. The Conference theme is: “Creating a unified foundation for the Sustainable Development: research, practice and education”.
The International Conference on Sustainable Development is organized by the European Center of Sustainable Development in collaboration with CIT University. The 7th ICSD 2019 is inspired from the critical challenge of human, environmental, and economic sustainability concerning the present and future generations in a global-scale context. The Conference theme is: “Creating a unified foundation for […]
Environmental scientists, educators, and policy makers will explore the meeting theme “Bridging Communities and Ecosystems: Inclusion as an Ecological Imperative.”
Penn State’s Sustainability Institute staff will describe a solar PPA request for proposals that prioritizes educational, community, and ecosystem benefits.
The Earth Educators’ Rendezvous is a five day conference that combines a workshop program with a meeting format of multi-day workshops, contributed talks and posters, round table discussions, teaching demonstrations, plenary sessions, and working groups. Drawing across the work currently taking place in geoscience, environmental, and sustainability education, meeting attendees have the opportunity to learn broadly, focus on a particular issue or challenge, discover new pedagogical tools, and network with old and new colleagues.
300 professionals and practitioners working to embed purpose authentically within business will come together to engage with peers from leading global companies, civil society and government who are pioneering new ways to harness companies’ products, services, value chains, and voice to have a positive social impact. This one-day experience will combine inspiring plenaries with practical deep-dive knowledge zones focused […]