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
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This program aims to build a training and education framework to increase the expertise and preparedness of current and future electric utility sector professionals, specifically solar electricity and other distributed technologies. The GEARED program will create a national network that supports energy systems training and curriculum development based on: research, development, data generation, collection, analysis and simulation.
This USDA (US Dept. of Agriculture) powerpoint presentation explains the concepts, scope and benefits of moving towards a bioeconomy, one in which the production of renewable biological resources are converted into food, feed and energy to solve societal, environmental and economic challenges. This resources makes a great classroom resource for teachers.
The Insight Dialogs were created to encourage open conversation and an exchange of ideas leading to actions for a more sustainable global future. Hosted by the Rockefeller Foundation,this live event and digital content will also inform the Foundation’s ongoing work to improve the lives of poor and vulnerable people around the world.
An e-Badge appears on co-curricular transcripts and is an award learners can share with potential employers on their resume and with their social media networks to showcase accomplishments. This e-Badge is for all fields of study at Central Community College; earners will learn about and apply change-agent skills for an environmentally sustainable world. e-Badge proficiencies: Knowledge of Communication & Education Methods, Applied Skills in Communication & Education Methods, Knowledge of Environmental Information, Applied Skills in Environmental Information, Knowledge of Behaviors & Personal Influence, Applied Skills in Behaviors & Personal Influence, Knowledge of Social Systems & Influencing Change, and Applied Skills in Social Systems & Influencing Change.
This website provides information on sustainable living practices that minimize corporate reliance. Find information, training, products & services in over 200 topics, such as: green building, energy, land management, agriculture, transportation and health. Each topic is further expanded upon through factsheets, in-depth resources, course directories, specialist advice and more.
This discussion forum on misconception-based learning was created as a space where educators can come together to share advice and questions about how to use this teaching style in the classroom. The focus is on climate science denial and teaching, but relevant advice and resources from other fields are welcome.
The National Climate Seminar offers students and educators a chance to connect with experts on climate and clean energy solutions through a biweekly, lunchtime dial-in conversation featuring climate scientists, political leaders, and policy analysts to explore the politics and science driving critical climate change decisions. The conversations take place on the first and third Wednesday of each month at noon, eastern time.
This article provides global year-in-review information through a series of charts and graphs that could easily be incorporated into classroom learning visual aids. It covers a variety of sustainability topics such as climate change, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), energy and agriculture.
This article discusses the growing popularity of working coalitions forming through stakeholders and industry professionals to make substantial pledges to act on climate disruption now rather than wait for a global consensus.
This resource was designed to help state agency staff and disaster preparedness professionals make strategic decisions for better recovery and resilience in the face of disaster. Use this information in the classroom to integrate land use and transportation issues into your conversations about resilience.
Watch the webinar HERE.
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