The Resource Center organizes resources around 7 green economy “Sectors” and 7 “Topics.”
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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
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This article, on the state of green careers, provides information and resources for educators and students on current sustainable career trends and projections. Links to websites featuring sustainability related job offerings, disciplinary based sustainability associations, higher education consortia, and career pathways for students are included.
This resource provides access to additional educational resources from SEED Center partners and corporate sponsors. Pearson is the global leader in education publishing, providing quality educational solutions that span the post-secondary learning spectrum from college and career training through graduate studies and professional training and development. Please explore this bookstore for all your sustainability needs. We’re just getting started, so please keep checking back for updates and new materials.
The Rural Gateway is an informational platform providing technical assistance, training workshops, and peer learning and resource sharing to support rural housing and economic development. It includes information on green infrastructure and building as well.
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 Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Sustainable Building Science Technology (SBST) degree program will educate students to manage structures that are healthier and more durable, efficient, economical, and sustainable. This 90-credit degree program emphasizes upper-level coursework that focuses on building science, energy codes, building codes, and facility management.
This organization works to create and support programs, resources and partnerships that promote the development of green education facilities/schools and greening of the curricula. They provide a variety of resources to help educators provide curricula infused with environmental sustainability and green facilities concepts. With an emphasis on K-12, there are also resources for higher education.
This publication lays out a plan to accelerate the use of green infrastructure in normal business practices as a tool to manage stormwater, invest in infrastructure and for community growth. The report details success stories and lessons learned for real-world, tested solutions to these issues.
As cities across the nation invest in green infrastructure, they simultaneously support public and private jobs and create new workforce development training needs. This webinar explores occupations affected by this growth through six case studies of cities using green infrastructure for stormwater management, resilience to climate change, and to improve the lives of all citizens.
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Buildings represent the largest energy-consuming sector in the economy, with over one-third of all final energy and half of global electricity consumed there. As a result, they are also responsible for approximately one-third of global carbon emissions. With an expected population increase of 2.5 billion people by 2050, and given improvements in economic development and living standards, energy use in the buildings sector is set to rise sharply, placing additional pressure on the energy system. Within the existing built environment, deep renovations with best available technology and comprehensive building policies can significantly reduce energy demand. However, technologies and measures already exist that allow the buildings sector to be more energy efficient and sustainable, and thus to play its part in transforming the energy sector. This publication highlights a path forward for the buildings sector to be much less energy and carbon intensive, while investing in high-performance buildings and highly efficient products.
HUD’s Green Infrastructure and the Sustainable Communities Initiative report showcases the climate and economic resilience benefits of green infrastructure in 30 communities.
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