Hosted by The American Association of Community Colleges’ SEED initiative and the National Council for Workforce Education, this free webinar focuses on the green economy of alternative fuel vehicles, and how community colleges can participate in the workforce development opportunities of this industry.
Johnson County Community College has been hosting monthly National Community Colleges Sustainability webinars. This webinar will focus on the complex role of student engagement on Community College campuses. The webinar will present JCCC's recent findings from a survey on student attitudes towards sustainability on campus as a platform for discussion. The webinar will be hosted on November 16th at 1:00 pm EST.
On Thursday November 17th at 2 pm EST, AASHE will host a webinar discussing large-scale campus solar projects. This webinar will present the University of San Diego's 25-year Power Purchase Agreement with AMSOLAR as an example and case study for other College and Universities. Attendees will gain a better sense of how to approach solar projects and the importance of partnerships in these endeavors.
On November 17th from 2-3:15 pm EST Second Nature will host a webinar in order to share the Progress Report form and discuss the process and rationale in creating the form. On January 15, 2012 more than 400 ACUPCC signatories are due to submit these progress reports as follow up on their Climate Action Plans (CAP). The progress reports represent an important milestone in the ongoing efforts by signatory schools towards climate neutrality. This webinar will help provide signatories with the information they need to be complete their progress reports by the January 15th deadline.
AASHE (Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education) will be presenting this webinar along with the support of Ashley McGraw Architects P.C. The focus will be on the design strategies used in educational green building projects at Colleges and Universities. Ithaca College in New York will be used as a case study as presenters discuss their use and maintenance of sustainable facilities. The event is free, but attendees are required to register ahead of time.