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.
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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
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This initiative, by UNEP and USPESD’s is intended to provide global guidance for education for green jobs. To provide better career opportunities for young people, while also building a greener economy, it is necessary to build strong environmental sustainability skills via education. The initiative consists of a duality of efforts to engage youth by having relevant ministries reach out to them, as well as teaching young people how to to create conversation with their government officials. In so doing, pathways will be further created between SDG practitioners, employers in the green economy and education institutions.
Advance CTE’s Career Ready Practices were created as an initiative to establish high-quality standards for Career Technical Education (CTE). These practices are intended to be taught in all career preparation programs with increasing complexity as a student advances through their studies. They provide a framework for the development, practice and experience necessary to become career-ready. They are applicable to all careers and all industry sectors.
The Choose Bigger Program is a union training program for careers in the plumbing and mechanical contracting industry. Geared towards students and career counselors, it offers information about different fields of work, as well as a clear path to forward a new career through a paid apprenticeship. Programs include steamfitting, HVAC technicians and plumbing.
The 2050 Calculator allows users to create their own emissions reduction pathway, using scientific data to see the impacts. The Calculator is available in three versions to allow a range of audiences to explore how to best meet energy needs while reducing emissions: a simplified overview, a more detailed look at the issues, or a full Excel version for experts who want to look at the underpinning model.
While designed for the UK, the Energy Department there is now working with teams around the world to help them develop their own calculators, and is also building a Global Calculator to look at ways to reduce emissions worldwide.
These climate-focused civic engagement opportunities can be built into higher education curricula through a wide variety of course topics and academic areas.
Rio de Janeiro becomes a benchmark city from the southern hemisphere with this resilience strategy to protect its environment and people from the stresses of climate change. It encompasses sustainable water management, infrastructure improvements, an initiative to place solar panels on public buildings and an urban resilience curriculum to educate the people. Though designed specifically for Rio de Janeiro, the strategies outlined in this report can be adapted to other cities as well.
Experts warn that women in developing countries will be disproportionately affected by climate changes; however, women could also hold the keys to solving the climate challenge. This webcast discusses how to empower women through education, economic opportunities, and reproductive health care in order to make big contributions to the climate fight.
This webinar was created by the Climate Change and Security Program, whose goal is to promote environmental security, peacemaking, sustainable development, climate resilience and population dynamics. Access more of their events, research, publications, multimedia content and blog HERE.
This initiative is designed to empower students, educators, and the public to advocate for climate solutions via tools and resources to better communicate with policy makers. This initiative is an effort of he Higher Education Associations Sustainability Consortium (HEASC) and the Disciplinary Associations Network for Sustainability (DANS). Be sure to also visit the website specifically for educators that includes a webinar, toolkit and assignments to be used in any course or discipline: aashe.org/ClimateSolutions/Educators
This online resource library was created by campus sustainability professionals to enable members to share and learn about sustainability in higher education. Users can utilize filter, sort and search functions to find specific information or simply browse by topic. Resources are organized by sustainability topic and include: Curriculum, Research, Campus Engagement, Transportation and Investment, plus many more. Some of the resources are also open to non-members.
This initiative encourages civic engagement and skills for democracy among undergraduate students on critical national issues such as political engagement, stewardship of public lands and tackling America’s financial debt. It examines the roles and actions of government agencies, advocacy organizations, and citizens in trying to address problems and resolve conflicts through a blend of national and campus-centered activities.
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