Community College Sustainability Webinar (9/18)

This month’s community college sustainability webinar will focus on the theme of, “Creating a Sustainable Curriculum: Lessons from the North Carolina Code Green Curriculum Integration Project”. Holly Weir from Davidson County Community College will discuss the recent adoption of the Code Green Project by the North Carolina Community College System that integrates sustainability into course outcomes statewide.

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From Boiler Room to Dorm Room: Integrating Students, Facilities, and Campus Education (9/25)

On September 25 from 2:00-3:00pm EST, the ACUPCC will host a webinar to discuss student involvement in facilities management through behavior change and technology in order to promote sustainability on Campus. Philadelphia University will present their interface, the ACT! Earth pilot, which provides interactive technology for students to track and share their initiatives.

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Breaking Down Silos to Reach Campus Diversion and Sustainability Goals (8/28)

Although Colleges and Universities have widely embraced sustainability goals and commitments, many schools still face the difficulties of “Breaking Down Silos” to bring together internal players to address sustainability challenges. Produced by GreenBiz, this webinar will present the success of the Think Green Campus Model through case studies that demonstrate campuses overcoming institutional barriers to achieve sustainability goals.

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Stars Webinar: Human Resources Subcategory (8/21)

This webinar will discuss strategies in the Human Resources subcategory of AASHE’s STARS program, in particular sustainable compensation. As a case study, representatives from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro will present along with representatives from AASHE.

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Expanding Scope 3 Emissions Tracking and Reporting (9/5)

On September 5, 2012 from 2-3:30 EST, Second Nature in partnership with Clean-Air Cool Planet and the Greenhouse Gas Protocol, will present a webinar focused on Scope 3 indirect emissions and the potential for colleges and universities to expand their scope 3 emissions reporting beyond the ACUPCC requirements for commuting, air travel, and solid waste. 

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