The Resource Center organizes resources around 7 green economy “Sectors” and 7 “Topics.”
Search by sector or by topic, or across all sectors and/or all topics. Or search by keyword at the top right of this page.
How are the Resources Organized?
What are the Criteria?
Resources that are included in the SEED Center have been reviewed by the TAG and meet the following criteria:
- Accessible and available for colleges to model and/or customize to their local labor markets
- Not to be used as a means to market individual consultants or their products to AACC members
- Promote colleges becoming generally more innovative
Additionally, be sure to check out our Green Programs!
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This guide offers educators a specialized toolbox about the green bonds being used to finance the implementation of renewable energies. It includes a toolbox of action plans and examples and a section specific to emerging economies, but also includes basic information on the growing green bond market.
This peer-reviewed journal brings together civic engagement and scientific education through articles and information to empower students to become active participants in solutions to societal problems, and engaged members of their communities. A great resource for teachers, it further examines how to use important civic issues as a context to engage students, stimulate their interest, and promote their success in mathematics and science.
This blog provides honest science education, particularly in regards to climate change. The writers provide literature, illustrated lectures, essays and speeches to defend climate change education against denialist attacks.
This US Department of Energy website provides data, articles, reports and books on science, technology, and engineering research. Topics include: Fossil Fuels; Energy Storage, Conversion and Utilization; Renewable Energy Sources; and Environmental Sciences.
Skeptical Science has developed a free phone app for climate science vs climate denial discussion and debate. It lists skeptic arguments as well as information on what science says on each argument, plus recent research and the latest data on climate science. This app is available for both iPhone
This award winning website uses scientific skepticism to improve understanding of climate change denial and rebut their arguments. By analyzing arguments against climate change on scientific grounds and by using peer reviewed scientific literature, this website provides an educated understanding of what is truly happening in today’s climate. Be sure to check out their Resources
section for classroom materials: documents, graphics, links, guidebooks, a temperature trend calculator and video of public talks on the subject.
Bringing together top STEM specialists and experts from industry and education, SmartBrief Education’s STEM Pathways Panel Series are high-powered, half-day events that explore real-world ways to address the issue of students’ STEM skills gaps and guide them toward careers in STEM fields. Combining vibrant panel discussions in an engaging and intimate setting along with substantive networking opportunities, each STEM Pathways event is designed so attendees leave with practical tools for continued learning.
This opensource software application allows cities and states to streamline the process of managing and standardizing building energy data for better energy efficiency program design and implementation.
To maximize the success of the platform, the SEED Platform Collaborative was created to provide technical support, a peer community and opportunities to provide input on future software development.
The State of the Climate is a collection of general summary information and monthly climate briefings recapping climate-related occurrences on both global and national scales.
Also see the State of the Climate Report, a yearly publication in which hundreds of scientists from around the globe contribute.
The Sulitest is the first international tool created to assess sustainability literacy and is designed to be used both within higher education and by practitioners for professional development. The version 2 test is available beginning Fall 2016 as a learning experience, with explanations and relevant links available after each question is answered. The assessment is presently used in 40 countries and is available in 8 languages. A great resource for educators.
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