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What Good Looks Like: Creating a Center for Climate Resilience using the Living Community Challenge

  • San Francisco State University (CA)

San Francisco State University is redefining what it means to be an environmentally and socially resilient research university. At its campus in Tiburon, CA, SF State is striving for Living ...

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Climate Resilience and Economic Development: Unlikely Bedfellows in a Small Community

  • Black Hills State University (SD)
  • Verdis Group (NE)

In 2018, Black Hills State University began a climate resiliency planning process for the campus and surrounding community of Spearfish, South Dakota (pop. 12,000). With the help of Verdis ...

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Best Practices for Inter-Institutional Emissions Benchmarking

  • Duke University (NC)
  • Harvard University (MA)
  • Stanford University (CA)
  • University of Pennsylvania (PA)
  • Yale University (CT)

The Ivy+ Sustainability Consortium is a collective of 14 higher education universities that share and develop best practices for sustainability. In an effort to better understand the consortium's collective ...

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Growing a Tree: Sustaining a Student Organization and Overcoming Barriers on Campus

  • University of Nebraska - Lincoln (NE)

We are all on this mission to create more sustainable campuses, but we often overlook the importance of making sure our organizations are sustainable in themselves. This session will open ...

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Balancing Effort With Productivity--Lessons Learned in Managing an Impactful Intern Program

  • University of Mississippi (MS)

Whether you manage an established intern program or are faced with the daunting task of starting one from scratch, you have likely acknowledged the effort and time commitment it requires ...

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Synergy with Residential Life and Sustainability

  • University of Louisiana at Lafayette (LA)

Educating students about sustainability can be a challenge in higher education climates, whether it is due to short supply monetary resources or human labor. To overcome this challenge, the Office ...

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Award Winner Session: Demystifying Sustainability Behaviors on College and University Campuses

  • Onondaga Community College (NY)

Strategies that focus on influencing student and employee sustainability-related behaviors can play an important role in achieving campus sustainability and climate action goals. Although campus sustainability practitioners recognize the value ...

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5 Engagement Lessons I Wish I Knew as a Campus Sustainability Officer

  • LINK Strategic Partners (DC)

Engagement is at the core of sustainability. Without proper buy-in from campus stakeholders, sustainability efforts are temporary at best, and damaging to progress at worst. Unfortunately, the work of sustainability ...

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The Book of Fails - Learning from our mistakes through pictures and storytelling (and a few laughs)

  • Johnson County Community College (KS)

Working in campus sustainability can put you into all kinds of strange situations. From learning that powdered cheese doesn't mix well into wet food scraps in the compost mixer ...

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Accounting for Ecochauvinism: Ideological Challenges and Anti-Environmentalism

  • Gonzaga University (WA)

This poster examines 'ecochauvinism,' an ideological and practical counterpart to ecofeminism and conceptual frame that debuted before the Western States Communication Association's Environmental Communication Division in Seattle, Washington, earlier ...

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WWF's Living Planet Leader certificate: Creating your living planet

  • World Wildlife Fund (DC)

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Canada's Living Planet @ Campus program can contribute to overall student success. WWF-Canada is the country's largest international conservation organization, connecting the power of a ...

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Empowering Student Leaders On & Beyond Campus

  • Elected Officials to Protect America (SC)

Our greatest legacy as campus sustainability professionals is the civic leaders we develop. The national news can discourage students, but can also be a profound motivation for a life of ...

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Personal Sustainability: The Sixth 'P' of Sustainable Development

  • College of Charleston (SC)

The normative power of sustainable development is to guide the future of the species and to scale the operationalization of SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). The SDGs are designed to transform ...

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Surfacing Unheard Voices: Expressive Invitations for Encouraging Diversity and Creativity in Circles of Innovation

  • Prescott College (AZ)

Social incubators, writing circles, and college sustainability curricula all benefit from vibrant diversity for greater innovative power. What are effective ways to invite and liberate expressive diversities? Experience a set ...

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Developing a Student Engagement Strategy for AASHE

  • AASHE (PA)

Students are the driving forces for change on many campuses, yet they are often not aware of or utilizing the resources provided by AASHE. In order for AASHE to continue ...

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HEASC: What or How do 14 OTHER MAJOR Higher Education Associations Impact Sustainability?

  • National Association of College & University Business Officers (NACUBO) (DC)
  • U.S. Partnership for Education for Sustainable Development

Hear about how 14 MAJOR higher education associations all have their own primary purpose but STILL work on sustainability issues. Come and discuss how your president, provost, colleagues in facilities ...

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Establishing a University Green Map

  • University of Nebraska - Lincoln (NE)

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Sustainability Office (OS) has been working on a new innovative Green Map utilizing ESRI ArcGIS Online Cloud-based technology. The Green Map is a more visual and ...

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Mobilizing higher education to respond to the climate crisis - Part 2

  • Swarthmore College (PA)
  • University of Hawaii System Office (HI)

Building on the conversations in Part 1 of this session, this session will introduce participants to innovative work taking place at several institutions (Clark University, University of Hawaii, Swarthmore College ...

  • Posted Dec. 4, 2019
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Texas Regional Alliance for Campus Sustainability (TRACS) Networking Session

  • Rice University (TX)
  • Texas A&M University (TX)

This is a networking meeting for Texans and other parties interested in the Texas Regional Alliance for Campus Sustainability (TRACS) to connect and discuss campus sustainability topics unique to the ...

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Award Winner Session: The Ladder of Staff Engagement: Programs Designed to Move From Individual Steps to Collective Action

  • McGill University (QC)

There is often tension between the focus on individual behavioral action and systemic change in sustainability circles. How do we encourage the small steps that engage community members on a ...

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Disrupting Traditional Economic Models in Support of Sustainability, Practical Examples

  • Bemidji State University (MN)

The Sustainability Office at Bemidji State University in northern Minnesota works to support its students and community in innovative ways that also uproot the dysfunctional economic system causing the continued ...

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The Value of Student Advocacy in Galvanizing Institutional Change

  • Amherst College (MA)

Representatives of an Amherst College student organization, Students for Climate Action (SCA), will discuss successful strategies for mobilizing students and pressuring college administrations in favor of carbon neutrality initiatives. This ...

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Q&A: How AASHE Membership Can Support Your Institution’s Sustainability Goals

  • AASHE (PA)

Membership, STARS, AASHE's Conference & Expo; as an AASHE member, there's so much to do! Have questions about any of AASHE's benefits, programs, resources or events? Here ...

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How to Engage Students to Get More Done

  • Bentley University (MA)
  • Ramapo College of New Jersey (NJ)
  • Tufts University (MA)
  • Williams College (MA)

As institutions of higher education, we know that engaging students is a top priority - plus it enriches the work we do every day by bringing in fresh ideas, energy and ...

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Changing Behavior and Measuring Impact Through EcoChallenge: Campus Case Studies

  • Dickinson College (PA)
  • Washington University in St. Louis (MO)
  • EcoChallenge.org (OR)

We know that our unsustainability issues are urgent and vast. If we are to create a society and an economy that are sustainable and regenerative, educational institutions need to simultaneously ...

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Intersectionality of Student-Led Projects at State University of New York at Geneseo

  • State University of New York at Geneseo (NY)

The SUNY Geneseo Office of Sustainability has five major projects that help direct our campus towards the advancement of a sustainable economy. These student-led and organized projects include composting, the ...

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Engaging Students in Sustainability

  • Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) (IN)

My presentation will cover two initiatives I led on my campus at IUPUI. The first is the Yoga in the Garden event series for students, faculty, and staff. It is ...

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Fostering Student Engagement and Learning Through Campus Gardens

  • State University of New York at Geneseo (NY)
  • University of Tennessee at Knoxville (TN)

Leah McCord, AmeriCorps VISTA member serving at the University of Tennessee Office of Sustainability, will share her office's experience of proposing and implementing the Grow Lab. The Grow Lab ...

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Award Winner Session: The High Costs of Sustainable Operations: Institutional Purpose and the Quadruple Bottom Line

  • Pennsylvania State University (PA)

Increasing sustainability performance and reducing overall operating expenses are broad goals that are simultaneously present at nearly all universities. This paper presents an exploratory case study in which a major ...

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Reuse Economy in Action: Planning Campus Events to Cultivate a Circular Consumption Culture

  • Carleton College (MN)
  • Post-Landfill Action Network (NH)

This workshop will focus on organizing campus events that foster a circular economy of consumption. At Carleton College, we hold two events each year to promote this. The Repair Fair ...

  • Posted Dec. 4, 2019
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The Power of Small Steps: Making Psychology Accessible to Practitioners Through Small Experiments

  • University of Michigan (MI)

Campus sustainability offices are often expected to create sustainable, durable cultural change without inconveniencing the students, faculty, or staff at the universities and colleges at which they work. This task ...

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Collecting Actionable Data Using the Sustainability/Climate Change Survey

  • University of Hawaii System Office (HI)

To better understand the campus community's perspectives on climate change, sustainability, and resilience issues, the sustainability office, and the institutional research office administered the first Earth Day Survey in ...

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Climate Change Attitudes and Practices of Students : A Comparison Among Mennonite Colleges

  • Eastern Mennonite University (VA)

Students at college and university campuses are often on the leading edge of social change, and thus might be expected to show increased concern and actions in response to the ...

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Campus Sustainability: Using Planned Behavior Theory to Assess Student's Pro-Environmental Behavior

  • Missouri State University (MO)

Over the few past decades, sustainability has increased in importance both in policymaking and academic discourse. A concern that economic progress and overconsumption and accumulation of waste operate against principles ...

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Green Office Certification: Evaluating for Impact

  • University of Utah (UT)

Green office certification programs can play an important role in changing organizational behavior. But how do we evaluate and measure the effectiveness of these programs? What type of data is ...

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Student Governments as Platforms for Sustainability Efforts

  • University of Denver (CO)

Many sustainability efforts on college campuses are student-driven, however, the majority of the students leading these efforts tend to be involved in sustainability-related organizations or employees of their university's ...

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Innovations in Sustainable Office Certification

  • Lehigh University (PA)
  • University of Calgary (AB)

Is your Sustainable Office Program working, but not reaching its full potential? Over the last year, Lehigh University and the University of Calgary both relaunched their Sustainable Office Programs to ...

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Green Sports Alliance Networking Lunch

  • University of Colorado Boulder (CO)

Sustainability professionals that want to expand the impact of their programs into their campus sports programs can benefit from information sharing from established practitioners. Members from collegiate Green Sports Alliance ...

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Sustainability Communicators Networking Meeting-- part 2

  • Princeton University (NJ)

Networking opportunity for anyone engaged in sustainability communications in higher education. All are welcome!

  • Posted Dec. 4, 2019
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Sustainability Communicators Networking Meeting

  • Princeton University (NJ)

Networking opportunity for anyone engaged in sustainability communications in higher education. All are welcome!

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How to Structure Collaborations and Communicate Wins Effectively as an Office of One

  • Northern Arizona University (AZ)

With diversity and inclusivity at the core, we envision this session serving those who are either new to the industry or have years of experience - students and staff alike. Communication ...

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Building a Consistent Sustainability Brand

  • Lehigh University (PA)

In order to reap the full benefits of consistently communicating the values and messages that are core to your sustainability brand, it is important to design brand guidelines that define ...

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Upper Midwest Association for Campus Sustainability (UMACS) Networking Session

  • Central College (IA)

This is an opportunity to network with others from the Upper Midwest, including Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. Learn about upcoming regional events, like the UMACS Conference ...

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#Strategy: Creating an Intentional Approach to Social Media

  • University of Florida (FL)

Social media is a powerful tool for amplifying sustainability messaging and connecting with audiences of all ages, demographics and interests. All too often, however, managing social media can feel overwhelming ...

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Cool Campus Challenge - Engaging Campuses in Carbon Neutrality to Create a Culture of Sustainability

  • University of California, Office of the President (CA)
  • University of California, Berkeley (CA)

The University of California's Cool Campus Challenge is a friendly 4-week competition between all ten campuses in the UC system designed to educate and motivate the campus community (students ...

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Tools to Support Your Professional Development and Reach Your Campus Group Goals

  • National Union of Students
  • Care About Climate, Inc (AZ)

We know students are doing amazing things on campuses across the world. However, groups are often working in isolation or have to go up a steep learning curve to try ...

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From Energy to Apathy: Maintaining Positive Momentum on Student-Run Initiatives

  • Iowa State University (IA)
  • University of Northern Iowa (IA)

The greatest non-mandated catalyst for change at a college or university is the organized and educated student voice. A harmonized student voice creates the leaps in programming that are needed ...

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How to Mobilize 1,000 Leaders in 13 Months -- 5 Simple Steps for Leaders to Win Massive Change

  • Elected Officials to Protect America (SC)
  • Sunrise Movement (DC)

First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, and then you win' - Gandhi. Led by a nationally-renown former elected official, this dynamic, interactive workshop will ...

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Interfaith Engagement for Climate Action and Advocacy

  • Central College (IA)

We know sustainability challenges are not just technical but deeply human, rooted in our most fundamental values and identities. Too often, however, our sustainability initiatives are disconnected from religious organizations ...

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Living Planet @ Campus: Graduating Post-Secondary Students with Skills to Lead in Sustainability

  • Fleming College (ON)
  • Niagara College Canada (ON)
  • University of Windsor (ON)
  • World Wildlife Fund (DC)

This panel discussion will provide an open dialogue on the benefits and challenges to meaningfully engaging student sustainability leaders on campus, and highlight how World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Canada's ...

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