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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
  • Promote colleges becoming generally more innovative

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The Climate Deception Dossiers

In an effort to hold companies accountable for their actions and stop misinformation regarding climate change, these seven dossiers reveal deceptive tactics employed for decades by the fossil fuels industry to create uncertainty about climate science facts and possible solutions (published 2015).

August 19, 2015

Sustainable Communities Initiative (SCI) Resource Library

 These resources introduce readers to the multi-faceted ways sustainability challenges are being faced and overcome in health, mobility, affordable housing, infrastructure, and economic development. Find a variety of planning documents, case studies, toolkits, fact sheets, videos, reports and more, that can be used by communities across the US to advance local goals while preparing for […]

Fact Sheet: White House Launches American Business Act on Climate Pledge

 By signing the American Business Act on Climate pledge in 2015, 13 of the largest American companies are: voicing support for a strong outcome at the next international climate conference, demonstrating an ongoing commitment to address climate change, and setting a positive example for their peers. The fact sheet then goes a step further to […]

ICLEI Resources – Local Governments for Sustainability

 Educators and Students will find a multitude of informative resources through ICLEI’s tools and resources.  Tools – These climate tools include greenhouse gas inventories and forecasts for making climate action plans, a community framework for emissions controls, and a software application for managing local climate adaptation analysis and planning. Resources – The resource section provides a variety of publications, […]

September 29, 2015

Videos: Making Sense of Climate Science Denial

This in-depth list of educational videos (produced 2015) from the Making Sense of Climate Science Denial MOOC delves into the social and psychological drivers behind climate science denial, discusses the evidence that proves climate change is happening and that humans are causing it, explains how to identify the techniques and fallacies behind climate myths, and […]

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Reports

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) produces regular reports on the state of the climate, including summaries of monthly climate anomalies within the U.S., billion-dollar climate disasters, national maps of temperatures and precipitation, and “Climate at a Glance” — summaries of historical and recent climate trends. These materials are useful for educators interested in […]

Skeptical Science Phone App

 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 and Android. 

Health and Climate Benefits of Different Energy-Efficiency and Renewable Energy Choices

 This report discusses how different renewable energy sources can benefit public health and the climate by displacing emissions from fossil-fuel based energy generation. It further details how benefits can vary depending on energy installation type, location, population patterns, plus characteristics of the electrical grid and displaced power plants.

Videos: Don’t Just Sit There – Do Something!

This series of short, humorous videos from Communitopia discusses climate change by incorporating science, news, laughter, and easy actions for viewers to take. These make great in-classroom resources with follow-up actions for classroom study or extra-curricular activities (last upload 2018).


This program is designed to help higher education students prepare for conservation and environmental leadership and careers by providing support in career assessments and searches, helping students conduct environment-improving projects on campuses and in communities, connecting students to others with similar interests, and providing opportunities and mentorships for younger students. Subjects supported through the program […]

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