The Texas Regional Alliance for Campus Sustainability (TRACS) summit facilitates collaboration for climate change and sustainability solutions across campus operations, academic curriculum and off-campus fields of influence.
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This webinar fully prepares professors to offer the free, experiential, SDGs-focused AIM2Flourish.com assignment to students
Join Academic Impressions for this one-of-a-kind workshop designed to provide leaders in the DEI world with the tools and skills to spearhead initiatives, create space for rich dialogue, and respond effectively to the daily challenges this work presents.
The theme of the 2nd Symposium on Sustainability in University Campuses is “Transforming
Campuses Towards Sustainable Development”. The gathering aims to demonstrate the role of campuses as
platforms for transformative social learning and research, and explore the means via which university
campuses can be made more sustainable.
The webinar will provide an overview of the JUST Program, discuss intersection points with STARS, and explore benefits for higher education institutions.
The conference will draw together a diverse group of attendees from across Australia and New Zealand. Sustainability practitioners and influencers, educators, students, government and business partners, and sector support representatives will come together to will champion The Power of Partnerships as a driving force for learning institutions to truly lead change for sustainability.
The Future Forward Summit aims to bring together people from all over the world who believe that higher education has an important role to play in creating a sustainable future.
Global Climate Change Week (GCCW) aims to encourage academic communities – including academics, students, and non-academic staff at universities – in all disciplines and countries to engage with each other, their communities, and policy makers on climate change action and solutions.
The ACMHE conference is an annual interdisciplinary forum for all aspects of scholarship and research on contemplative methods in higher education, with a special focus on sharing how contemplative practices can support and sustain learning communities that foster a more just, peaceful, sustainable, and compassionate world.
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.