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 counters the views of skeptics that believe the solar industry is too risky to invest in with information that shows how the solar industry has the ability to create real market competition in the distribution sector, while improving grid efficiency and putting more money in the pockets of middle-class Americans.
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 article discusses how the clean-energy industry will benefit from five-year tax credit extensions for solar and wind. Subscription to Bloomberg required for full access to the article.
This power point presentation is a step by step process to integrate the Better Buildings Guidelines into your community college curricula.
The Biogas Opportunities Roadmap outlines strategies that can overcome current expansion barriers, while supporting methane emission reductions through the use of biogas systems.
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.
This resource uses graphs and other visual aids to show the effect of current climate pledges and policies on global temperature. Educators can use this information in classroom discussions about climate policy and action.
These articles can inform and inspire educational institutions, faculty, staff, and students to work towards their own sustainability goals with practices that work and can be personalized to fit specific needs.
This report provides guidance and tactics useful for U.S. investors when engaging with companies and policymakers on sustainability issues. It includes case study examples of investor engagement with companies and features ESG-themed questions that portfolio managers and analysts should be asking companies.
Food Tank has provided, in one simple list, 250 Twitter accounts for food activists to follow for instant connectivity with farmers, chefs, researchers, activists, educators and policymakers around the world who are working to improve the global food system.
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