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Sustainable Marketing in University Food Service Operations

  • Kennesaw State University (GA)

The briefing is structured around the traditional "4Ps" of marketing and explains how marketing mix decisions can and do influence environmental outcomes in the hospitality industry. The briefing emphasis will ...

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From Positivist to Post-normal Science: Rhetoric and Stakeholder Communication and Action Surrounding Complex Environmental Issues

  • Kent State University (OH)

This presentation looks closely at rhetorical communication issues surrounding complex environmental topics. In what ways can and does sustainability science research include both academic and community, or local knowledges? The ...

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Forging Access Between Sustainable Campus Initiative and Students

  • Kent State University (OH)

This talk considers how knowledge sponsorship and technological determinism of English Departments and campus communities hinder the sustainability consciousness raising for students and campus community members. Kent State University is ...

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AASHE Panel Discussion: Behavior Catalyzing Sustainable Change

  • Kimberly-Clark Professional (GA)

Furthering sustainability on campus and across the globe requires a team effort at shaking up the process, perceptions and habits to consider a new, more sustainable path. This panel will ...

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Building a community farming network with the KPU Lab Farm

  • Kwantlen Polytechnic University (BC)

The Bachelor of Applied Science in Sustainable Agriculture is a unique program at Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) that seeks to advance sustainable communities and food systems through integrated education, applied ...

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Working on Waste at the Kwantlen Student Association

  • Kwantlen Polytechnic University (BC)

The Kwantlen Student Association completed a student led waste audit of our student owned and run GrassRoots Cafe and main offices in early 2014. After the waste audit we have ...

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Left Behind: The Religious Right and the Environmental Equation

  • Lane Community College (OR)

One long-time faith-based environmentalist declares, "Evangelicals can change at the drop of a hat…. They have no one to answer to other than the Bible. So if the Bible says ...

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Integrating Sustainability Into the Greek System

  • Lehigh University (PA)

This presentation will cover the integration of sustainability into the Greek system starting in 2010 with a student initiative focused on the addition of sustainability into Greek accreditation through the ...

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Creating a visual identity system to improve waste diversion rates

  • Lehigh University (PA)

Among institutions of higher education dedicated to sustainability, there is often a struggle to significantly reduce waste generated on campus and reduce contamination rates in waste diversion streams. Lehigh University ...

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Talking about Campus Sustainability: Some Tips from a Psychologist

  • Lewis & Clark College (OR)

“How to talk about sustainability so people will listen, and how to listen so people will hear.” This skill building session provides a psychological perspective on the dynamics of defining ...

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Levers For Change: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Organizational Change

  • Linfield College (OR)

Often times sustainability is relegated to the pigeonhole of environmentalism. At Linfield College, an interdisciplinary partnership between two sociology courses and a business course found common ground in sustainability through ...

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Gaia Education Curriculum for Sustainable Community Development

  • Living Routes, Inc. (MA)

We need to continually develop curriculum that can equip citizens and decision-makers to respond to current challenges and help create a viable world. This Case Study will describe a well-developed ...

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Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities Networking Session

  • Loyola University Chicago (IL)

Members of the 28 American Jesuit Colleges and Universities are invited to join us for a networking meeting to talk about our work and common goal to advance sustainability in ...

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The Next Disruptive Innovation in Buildings

  • Lucid (CA)

Join Vladi Shunturov, Oberlin College grad and co-founder and CEO of Lucid, for an eye-opening discussion of why software is the first disruptive innovation in buildings since the Otis elevator ...

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Campuses as Leaders and Partners in Comprehensive Food Systems Change

  • Luther College (IA)

Too often efforts to enact changes to the food system are approached piecemeal with an excess focus on individual consumption. This presentation will present an alternative model of sustainable food ...

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Telling Tales and Turning Heads: Communication Strategies that Work on Campus

  • Luther College (IA)

In Sustainability, there is no lack for ideas to reduce campus waste and energy use. Environmental studies and sustainability programs at institutions across the country are abuzz with new ways ...

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Cafeteria to Community: Reducing Waste and Feeding the Hungry

  • Luther College (IA)

This poster will illustrate a program that simultaneously reduces food waste from Luther College’s cafeteria while providing needed food assistance to hungry families in the surrounding community. The Cafeteria ...

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Using Health Care Funds to Support Employee CSAs and Food Education

  • Luther College (IA)

The college’s most recent health risk assessment found that 43% of employees do not eat the recommended amount of fruits and vegetables. Recognizing the positive health impacts associated with ...

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The Story of Reuse at Michigan State University

  • Michigan State University (MI)

With so much focus on recycling, many organizations might forget the true value of reusing and redeploying products. The reuse operation at Michigan State University creates opportunity to manage cost ...

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Community Sustainability in the Post Graduate World – How Does a Liberal Arts Education Matter?

  • Middlebury College (VT)

A higher education degree is a big investment. The value and relevance of that investment is a key concern of many students and their families. The numbers say that it ...

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Transforming the Local Food Economy in Louisville and Vermont via Summer Consulting Internships

  • Middlebury College (VT)

FoodWorks is Middlebury College’s Fellowship program for students interested in food systems and sustainable development. Middlebury students participate in this for credit summer program every summer through a nine-week ...

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Electric Public Transportation of Rural Campuses

  • Missouri University of Science and Technology (MO)

The Missouri University of Science and Technology, in cooperation with the Federal Transit authority, has installed a zero emissions community shuttle to service the campus population in Rolla, Missouri. This ...

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Solar Village Community Microgrid- Four Homes, Focused on Energy

  • Missouri University of Science and Technology (MO)

The solar village at the Missouri University of Science and Technology has installed a functioning microgrid to study power and energy systems at the residential and community level. This system ...

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Engaging Sustainability Stakeholders across Cultures A How-To Guide

  • Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (CA)

A generic cost-benefit analysis or a consideration of the Keeling Curve (the canonic visualization of the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere since 1958) by itself seldom motivate potential sustainability ...

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A National Online Community for Student Sustainability Leaders

  • National Wildlife Federation (VA)

We will share stories from student sustainability leaders from across the country that are connecting with one another, building relationships and sharing ideas about how they are making their campuses ...

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Using Online Tools to Support Offline Action and Innovation

  • National Wildlife Federation (VA)

If you plant a tree in the forest but didn’t tweet about it did it really happen? While the real results of sustainability projects and programs take place offline ...

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Engaging students in Years of Living Dangerously

  • National Wildlife Federation (VA)

The YEARS OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY is a journey into the eye of the storm, as Hollywood’s brightest stars and today’s most respected journalists explore the issues of climate ...

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Product Based Sustainability Framework for Universities

  • North Carolina A&T State University (NC)

The transformation of a University towards sustainable development requires a paradigm shift from an activity based focus to a product based focus. In an activity based focus, several projects are ...

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Sustainability Service Learning Through Global Tourism Micro-Entrepreneurship

  • North Carolina State University (NC)

NC State University’s Alternative Service Break (ASB) program is a unique service-learning experience in which students engage in direct service to a community, while being immersed in the culture ...

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Developing a Baccalaureate Degree in Sustainability in Canada

  • Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (AB)

The impact of sustainability in all aspects of our life is certainly an emerging trend. All industries including the construction industry are taking active initiatives to support sustainability practices. This ...

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Dynamic Assessment of Sustainability Parameters in Residential Construction: A Case Study

  • Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (AB)

The residential construction industry in Canada is recognizing and adopting sustainable construction practices. With no recognized industry sustainability parameter standards and benchmarks, builders are challenged to effectively measure the sustainability ...

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Campus Cookbook: The Real Food Challenge Sodexo Partnership; Northern Arizona University Case Study

  • Northern Arizona University (AZ)

The Real Food Challenge (RFC) is a national network of student leaders working to create a more just and sustainable food system. The national goal of Real Food Challenge is ...

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The EcoChallenge: Bridging the Say-Do Gap, together

  • EcoChallenge.org (OR)

In this program we will present a free on line tool and in person program (the EcoChallenge) available for students, faculty, and staff to engage in positive behavior change that ...

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Community Colleges Updates and Networking Luncheon

  • Oakland Community College (MI)

The American Association of Community College is hosting this session for an update of resources now available from its Sustainability Education and Economic Development Initiative (www.theSeedCenter.org), including its ...

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Higher Education Associations Sustainability Consortium Lunch

  • Oakland Community College (MI)

The Higher Education Associations Sustainability Consortium (HEASC) is a network of over one dozen higher education associations covering many of the different staff positions that need to be involved for ...

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The Implicit Nature of Holistic Sustainability Education: The Student Perspective at Green Mountain College

  • Oklahoma State University (OK)

Much has been written about the theoretical underpinnings of a holistic approach to sustainability education, including deep learning and systems theories. Though some studies discuss the need to implement such ...

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Learning at Home: Building Living Learning Laboratories for Sustainability

  • Pennsylvania State University (PA)

The pursuit of sustainability is ongoing effort with diverse implications and opportunities in the development of new solutions and the advancement of collective human consciousness. A powerful aspect of this ...

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Creating a Sustainable Community Together

  • Pennsylvania State University (PA)

‘Town – Gown’ collaborations, initiated around sustainability challenges, seem to be re-defining Happy Valley, with big impacts on both Penn State and the Commonwealth. Sustainable Communities Collaborative (SCC) is an initiative ...

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Using Competencies in the Design and Assessment of Sustainability Programs

  • Pennsylvania State University (PA)

At Penn State University, the Sustainability Leadership Minor has been administered using a list of sustainability and leadership competencies that are the basis of the expectations of the program. Now ...

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Time is money: accounting for the true cost of a campus waste initiative

  • Pennsylvania State University (PA)

Universities across the country are developing and implementing campus sustainability initiatives. Such initiatives may be designed to save money or reduce waste, or they may have more intangible goals related ...

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Zero waste as a supply chain challenge: the importance of partnerships

  • Pennsylvania State University (PA)

This presentation will discuss the successes and challenges of Penn State’s initiative to move its Athletics facilities toward zero waste, and the story of how silos had to be ...

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Addressing Campus Sustainability Challenges with the Social Sciences: Linking Applied Learning to Student Performance

  • Portland Community College (OR)

What do the social sciences have to offer for understanding and addressing campus sustainability challenges? This is the question undergraduate environmental science and studies students explore as part of a ...

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International Luncheon

  • Portland Community College (OR)

Members of the international community who are attending the AASHE conference are invited to join in a networking luncheon to share ideas and successes in their countries. Let’s discuss ...

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The “Three Es” of Sustainability Portland Style

  • Portland State University (OR)

This is a three-part poster presentation with each poster (24” x 36”) representing one of the “three Es” of sustainability: Environmental, Economic, and Equity, as can be viewed locally in ...

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Plenary Session 2: Indigenous Practices for Sustainability with Judy Bluehorse Skelton

  • Portland State University (OR)

In a post 20th century industrialized world many may wonder, how are Indigenous ways informing regional strategies for a sustainable future and what role can colleges and universities play in ...

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Systems in Perspective: Our Collective Ecoliteracy of Home

  • Portland State University (OR)

For this temporary community we create at the 2014 AASHE Annual Conference, this installation provides an opportunity for us to fold together our ecological literacy, social sustainability, and collective creativity ...

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Cross-institutional collaboration for compost on an urban campus

  • Portland State University (OR)

Implementing an effective composting program on any campus is difficult. Common issues that may arise are public buy-in, infrastructure, information accessibility, and contamination. Appreciating the context of a new compost ...

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Using Bluegrass Music to Power Careers in Sustainable Energy

  • Portland State University (OR)

This presentation will analyze the problems of human capital flight and ecological decline in the coal fields of Appalachia. An affective strategy for engaging these economic and ecological problems using ...

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Collaborative Vision Tree for the AASHE Community

  • Portland State University (OR)

During the most recent call of the AASHE Advisory Council, incoming Executive Director Stephanie Herrera posed a question: Are there untapped methods for understanding the AASHE community’s vision? So ...

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Science, Collaboration, and Sustainable Change

  • Portland State University (OR)

Take Back the Tap is a national campaign spearheaded by nonprofit Food and Water Watch but run by students on college campuses across the nation. Portland State administration continues to ...

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