Sustainability Issues - Key Points, Resources, and Next Steps

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Part of the Sustainability Issues Extended Online Program

Core Competencies: Management, Planning
Originally presented on December 12, 2008
This is the archived version.

With the American College & University Presidents Climate Commitment taking steps towards achieving climate neutrality, the higher education community is staged to play an active role in affecting change towards a more sustainable future. Students, staff, and faculty alike have the power to implement new initiatives on their campus.

As a conclusion to the Sustainability extended online learning program, this session will explore positive possibilities and what you need to know to take your ideas and put them into action. Consider ideas for practical next steps, coordinating catalyzing events, weaving together the efforts of departments around campus, and building successful coalitions. Debra Rowe is a nationally recognized leader in sustainability education who will close the online learning program with some insights that you cannot miss. At the time of the presentation, Rowe was the president of the U.S. Partnership for Educational for Sustainable Development, Founder of the Disciplinary Associations Network for Sustainability, co-coordinator of the Higher Education Associations Sustainability Consortium, and senior advisor to the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.

Please visit the Program Description & Learning Outcomes link to the left for more information on the entire Sustainability Issues Facing the College Union and Student Activities Professional series.

Program Fees

ACUI members: $99.00
Non-members: $129.00

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Updated Nov. 9, 2012