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 discusses innovative practices gardeners, farmers, governments and companies are adopting to protect wild pollinators and improve cultivation of commercial pollinators. At least 1/3 of the worlds food crops are produced with the help of natural pollinators such as bees, butterflies and birds, and without them agriculture biodiversity and food security would suffer.
Using a customer friendly, pay-as-you-go model, a solar startup is powering Nigerian homes not connected to the grid with one portable kit. This set up can be adapted to many countries and cultures as an affordable energy solution to low-income or rural areas.
A surge in utility-scale projects made solar the top source of new electric generating capacity in 2016. Pulling information from the “U.S. Solar Market Insight 2016 Year in Review,” this article discusses the upsurge is solar generation and the future of solar power in the U.S.
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.
These guidelines are voluntary national standards to improve the quality and consistency of commercial building workforce credentials for key energy-related jobs. Developed by the The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) along with industry stakeholder input, these guidelines will help develop high quality and nationally recognized training and certification programs.
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.
The purpose of these case studies is to showcase working financial models for universities and other higher education institutions to invest in solar energy on campus. As part of the U.S. Department of Energy’s SunShot Initiative, three case studies were developed to highlight higher education investment in solar energy projects.
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.
This organization involves social movements, environmental and development NGOs, trade unions, faith and other civil society groups to assess the climate commitments that have been put on the table through the UN climate negotiations. Their goal is to identify which countries are offering to do their fair share, which need to do more, and present recommendations on how to close the emissions gap.
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