Opportunities

ACCO Integrated Renewables Workshop: AASHE Member Discount

Participants at this interactive program taking place Sept. 7-8 in Chicago, Illinois, hosted by the Association of Climate Change Officers, will hear from leading practitioners with experience guiding renewables projects from start to finish at their organizations. The program will be comprised of training activities, interactive exercises, hands-on learning opportunities for successfully navigating the intricacies of renewable energy projects, case studies from different industries illustrating strategies for addressing challenges and opportunities related to establishing a comprehensive renewables strategy. Participants will leave with an understanding of the renewables marketplace, and a plan for engaging the right stakeholders to integrate cutting-edge initiatives into the energy strategies of their organizations. All AASHE members are eligible for a 20 percent discount off registration. To obtain the discount code, email membership@aashe.org.

Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council Conference: Discount for AASHE Members

AASHE members can receive 10 percent off registration for the 2016 SPLC Summit taking place on May 24 - 26 in Washington, D.C. If registered before March 25, that 10 percent can be combined with $100 off the early bird registration rate.

AASHE Member Discount: Save on Organizational Change Workshop With GreenerU

In this interactive workshop, GreenerU has partnered with two host universities, Columbia University and Johns Hopkins University, to bring higher education professionals a full-day Facilitation for Organizational Change workshop. The workshop will focus on developing and practicing the essential skills of a confident and effective facilitator to support organizational change on your campus. Enter the AASHE member discount code to receive a $50 discount on your registration prior to payment. You can save an additional $50 if you register before May 6.

Denver Green Power Boot Camp

This workshop, held in association with the University of Colorado Boulder, will help participants develop an integrated renewable energy strategy, including both on-site and off-site approaches. Learn how to pull back the curtain on project economics, engage internal decision-makers, and navigate the marketplace of renewable energy options, with a deep dive on contracting power purchase agreements from high-impact, large-scale, off-site renewable energy projects. The workshop is part of the Green Gigawatt Partnership, which is designed to catalyze at least one gigawatt of new renewable energy in higher education by 2020. This half-day workshop includes a lunch and will take place from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Wednesday, March 30 at National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s Campus in Golden, Colorado. Please register by March 23.

College Sports Sustainability Makeover Contest

The Green Sports Alliance is conducting a contest to help college sports programs kick-start or upgrade a sustainability program in their stadiums and enhance the visibility of all campus sustainability efforts. The winning two campuses will receive 10 brand new customizable recycling bins donated by Max-R or GreenDrop, a full compostable food service product upgrade donated by Eco-Products, and on-site expert sports facility assessments, workshops and recommendations from ESPN and CU Boulder sports sustainability experts. Winning campuses will be chosen on the basis of need, suitability, leverage and likelihood of success. Deadline to apply is May 1.

Develop a Photovoltaic Roadmap for Your Campus: SSCC Pre-Conference Workshop

With support from the U.S. Department of Energy’s SunShot Initiative, the Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA) is offering free technical assistance to university teams pursuing campus investment in solar energy. Teams will meet one-on-one with technical experts at the Smart and Sustainable Campuses Conference and pre-conference events in Baltimore, April 3-5, to further define solar photovoltaic investment opportunities for their campus. Teams that submit a completed campus roadmap will receive $500 reimbursement stipends for up to four individuals per university team.
  • Posted Mar 2, 2016

Sustainability Culture Indicator Pilot: AASHE Member 50% Discount

Developed in 2011 and since used in dozens of organizations around the world, the Sustainability Culture Indicator (SCI) is a ready-made online survey for measuring the key elements of sustainability in organizational culture. In order to develop case studies of the application of the SCI in an AASHE STARS context, a pilot with a limited number of AASHE members is being offered. Institutions interested in joining this pilot need to express their interest before March 31.
  • Posted Feb 29, 2016

Harvard Executive Education for Sustainability Leadership Informational Session

Learn more about the Executive Education for Sustainability Leadership program by attending one of two webinars, led by Leith Sharp, director of the executive education program. The webinar presents the nuts and bolts of the four-day residential executive education offering and responds to questions from prospective applicants and those interested in promoting attendance to a senior leader in their organization or network. Ms. Sharp will be joined by past program participants from across a variety of sectors who will discuss their experience with the program and its value to their work. The program informational sessions are offered on March 28 and April 11 from noon to 12:45 p.m. Eastern.
  • Posted Feb 29, 2016

2016 Collegiate Athletics Sustainability Survey

This survey, launched by AASHE and the Green Sports Alliance, seeks to better understand and empower the campus and community partnerships necessary to advance sustainability in collegiate athletics. This survey is intended for any higher education staff member working with campus sustainability and/or collegiate athletics. AASHE and the Green Sports Alliance will use the survey's results to design programs and resources to help expand opportunities and mitigate identified barriers for collaboration between campus sustainability stakeholders and colleagues in athletics and the community. A summary report of the survey findings will be published in late spring, released at the 2016 Green Sports Alliance Summit in Houston, June 28-30, and shared at the AASHE 2016 Conference in Baltimore, October 9-12. The survey will take 10-15 minutes to complete and closes on March 23 at 5 p.m. Eastern.
  • Posted Feb 24, 2016

Power Dialog Webinar Series

This webinar series supports the Power Dialog happening on April 4. To help students prepare to engage with state officials about the Clean Power Plan and the U.S. climate commitment in Paris, a series of webinars will address topics such as public health, renewable energy and energy efficiency, jobs and environmental justice.
  • Posted Feb 23, 2016

Plate of the Union: A Call for Action on Food & Farms

Plate of the Union is a campus challenge for young people to leverage their political power. Through the challenge, Plate of the Union is seeking student groups to develop and execute organizing plans that drive engagement in the 2016 election cycle. Groups can win up to $5,000. Applications are due by March 21.
  • Posted Feb 22, 2016

Climate Leadership Awards

The Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities (ACCU), in partnership with Solution Generation, will honor one ACCU-member institution with a $10,000 award for its excellence in climate leadership. The selection committee will reward the institution with the most innovative outreach efforts to engage its campus and broader community in climate and sustainability solutions. ACCU higher education member institutions are welcome to submit proposals March 1 - May 2, 2016.
  • Posted Feb 22, 2016

AASHE Member Discount: Chemical-Free Cleaning Technology

Ten AASHE members have the opportunity to take advantage of a 30-day free trial to test water-based, chemical-free cleaning by eWater Advantage.
  • Posted Feb 16, 2016

Energy Dept. Solar Funding Opportunity

The U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative released a new funding opportunity designed to increase foundational knowledge of solar technology evolution, reduce solar deployment barriers and improve state energy planning practices. A brief, mandatory concept paper is due March 8.
  • Posted Feb 15, 2016

AASHE 2016 Conference Call for Proposals Extension Feb. 22

T​he deadline to submit a proposal to the AASHE 2016 Conference & Expo is Monday, Feb. ​22​​ at 5 p.m. Eastern. Themed Beyond the Campus, the conference happening in Baltimore, Maryland, from Oct. 9-12, will explore how campuses can disseminate and implement sustainable solutions in surrounding communities and the world. ​Submit your proposal today! Additionally, you can help shape the conference program by signing up to review submissions. Reviewers will be assigned approximately 25 abstracts. Reviewers are eligible to submit a conference proposal.
  • Posted Feb 15, 2016

AASHE Refer a Friend Campaign

For AASHE members, there is a great deal to look forward to this year, including the rollout of the Campus Sustainability Hub, launch of STARS 2.1, and the annual AASHE Conference & Expo in Baltimore. With so many exciting programs and improvements to member benefits on the horizon, through March 4, AASHE is running the Refer a Friend Campaign, wherein any current member institution will receive a 10 percent discount on their next membership renewal for assisting with the registration of a new member institution. Eligible institutions include any college or university that has either never held an AASHE membership or has had a lapsed membership for at least six months. Referring members can contact Member Services Coordinator Noah Swistak to take advantage of the discount.
  • Posted Feb 10, 2016

Call for Papers: Integrating Education for Sustainable Development Throughout All Educational Levels

The special volume of the Journal of Cleaner Production (JCLEPRO) will highlight how education for sustainable development (ESD) can be integrated in a deeper and more holistic way through all spheres of education. The special volume will focus on recent developments and future visions in the field of ESD on all levels of education (from kindergarten to universities and adult education), and present and promote critical discussion of ESD. Contributions from scholars throughout the world representing different disciplines and educational functions are welcomed.
  • Posted Feb 10, 2016

ACCO Integrated Renewables Workshop: AASHE Member Discount

Participants at this interactive program taking place Sept. 7-8 in Chicago, Illinois, hosted by the Association of Climate Change Officers will hear from leading practitioners with experience guiding renewables projects from start to finish at their organizations. The program will be comprised of training activities, interactive exercises, hands-on learning opportunities for successfully navigating the intricacies of renewable energy projects, case studies from different industries illustrating strategies for addressing challenges and opportunities related to establishing a comprehensive renewables strategy. Participants will leave with an understanding of the renewables marketplace, and a plan for engaging the right stakeholders to integrate cutting-edge initiatives into the energy strategies of their organizations. All AASHE members are eligible for a 20 percent discount off registration. To obtain the discount code, email membership@aashe.org.
  • Posted Feb 10, 2016

Call for Films: Real Food Films 2016

Produced by Real Food Media, Real Food Films welcomes four-minutes-or-less films on food, farming and sustainability by March 1. The team of judges and advisors is looking for powerful films about sustainable food and farming, compelling stories, original voices and stunning cinematography about coverage of underreported issues, innovative sustainability strategies, and compelling stories of food producers and workers. Grand prize winner will receive $5,000 and film debut, first runner up is slated $2,000, and there are cash prizes for three awards, student, people's choice and a special award.
  • Posted Feb 9, 2016

Sustainability Officers Retreat

AASHE and the University of British Columbia Okanagan Campus will co-host this retreat designed for and by staff charged with leading institutional transformation for sustainability. Featuring Leith Sharp (Harvard University's Center for Health and the Global Environment), Aurora Winslade (Swarthmore College) and Leanne Bilodeau (the University of British Columbia Okanagan Campus), the retreat format will allow for the type of creative, intellectually curious, open-ended discussion that emerges best in a relaxed, safe environment. Through an intensive two and a half days of presentations, discussions, reflection, sharing and experiential learning activities, participants will explore common issues facing sustainability officers, learn about change management strategies and develop skills to be more effective sustainability leaders. Deadline to apply is April 15.
  • Posted Feb 9, 2016

Proposal & Reviewer Sign-Up Deadline for AASHE 2016 Conference & Expo

The deadline to submit a proposal to the AASHE 2016 Conference & Expo is Monday, Feb. 15 at 5 p.m. Eastern. Themed Beyond the Campus, the conference in Baltimore, Maryland, from Oct. 9-12 will explore how campuses can disseminate and implement sustainable solutions in surrounding communities and the world. Learn more about conference goals, how to submit a proposal and presentation types in the Call for Proposals & Submission Packet. Additionally, you can help shape the conference program by signing up to review submissions. Reviewers will be assigned approximately 25 abstracts. Reviewers are eligible to submit a conference proposal.
  • Posted Feb 8, 2016

Call for Nominations: Best of Green Schools 2016

The Center for Green Schools at USGBC is now accepting nominations for Best of Green Schools program. The Best of Green Schools higher education institution category recognizes higher education schools or faculty members who have made a significant contribution to the K–12 green schools movement through partnership, research and/or scholarship. Winners will be announced at the 2016 Green Schools Conference and Expo, March 31-April 1 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Nomination deadline is Feb. 26.
  • Posted Feb 3, 2016

Northeast Campus Sustainability Consortium 2016 Conference: Request for Proposals

The Northeast Campus Sustainability Consortium 2016 conference theme is Sustainability Professional Skillshare taking place from March 31 through April 1 at Wellesley College in Wellesley, Massachusetts. Conference organizers are currently seeking proposals for conference presentations with a particular interest in engagement and outreach, education for sustainability, diversity and affordability, health and wellness, food and dining, and facilitation. Submission period ends Feb. 19.
  • Posted Feb 3, 2016

University Partners Wanted to Explore & Strengthen Off-Campus Housing Sustainability

Currently comprised of a group of 10, mostly university towns, RentRocket.org is an innovative solution attempting to address sustainability challenges posed by the off-campus impact of student housing. RentRocket aims to enable renters to see and compare not just basic amenities but also information like utility costs, accessibility to alternative modes of transit and recycling options. RentRocket now seeks additional university partners interested in further exploring and developing ways to reduce the impact of the off-campus university housing environment.
  • Posted Feb 1, 2016

Call for Papers: Just Sustainability: Hope for the Commons

The Seattle University Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability invites papers for its second biennial conference Just Sustainability: Hope for the Commons to be held in Seattle on Aug. 7-9. Authors will have the opportunity to publish papers in a special issue of the journal Interdisciplinary Environmental Review. Papers related to environmental justice and sustainability from all fields of discourse, including but not limited to environmental studies, theology, business, philosophy, engineering, education, law, international development, anthropology, religious studies, geography and the natural sciences are welcomed. Abstracts of no more than 200 words are due by Feb. 22.
  • Posted Feb 1, 2016

Pittsburgh Green Power Boot Camp

This workshop, held in association with the Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium (PERC), will help participants develop an integrated renewable energy strategy, including both on-site and off-site approaches. Learn how to pull back the curtain on project economics, engage internal decision-makers and navigate the marketplace of renewable energy options, with a deep dive on contracting power purchase agreements from high-impact, large-scale, off-site renewable energy projects. The workshop is part of the Green Gigawatt Partnership, which is designed to catalyze at least one gigawatt of new renewable energy in higher education by 2020. This half-day workshop at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is on Friday, March 4 from 12:30-4:30 p.m. and includes a buffet lunch.
  • Posted Feb 1, 2016

Philadelphia Green Power Boot Camp

This workshop, held in association with the Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium (PERC), will help participants develop an integrated renewable energy strategy, including both on-site and off-site approaches. Learn how to pull back the curtain on project economics, engage internal decision-makers and navigate the marketplace of renewable energy options, with a deep dive on contracting power purchase agreements from high-impact, large-scale, off-site renewable energy projects. The workshop is part of the Green Gigawatt Partnership, which is designed to catalyze at least one gigawatt of new renewable energy in higher education by 2020. This half-day workshop at Villanova University in Villanova, Pennsylvania is on Friday, Feb. 19 from 12:30-4:30 p.m. and includes a buffet lunch.
  • Posted Feb 1, 2016

AASHE 2016 Conference & Expo: Call for Proposals

Submissions are being accepted for the AASHE 2016 Conference & Expo, themed Beyond the Campus, in Baltimore, Maryland, from Oct. 9-12. Submit your proposal and join us as we explore how campuses can disseminate and implement sustainable solutions in surrounding communities and the world. The submission period closes Feb. 15 at 5 p.m. Eastern.
  • Posted Feb 1, 2016

Campus Behavioral Energy Efficiency Survey

The Duke University Center for Sustainability and Commerce is collaborating with Duke Energy Corporation to research behavioral energy efficiency programs on college campuses. Campuses are invited to participate in a short survey about energy efficiency engagement and education efforts on campus. The information provided will be aggregated with information from colleges and universities across the country to better understand how energy education and engagement can be implemented in higher education to reduce energy consumption and contribute to the mitigation of climate change. For all who participate in the survey, results and analysis for use by your college or university will be provided.
  • Posted Jan 28, 2016

RecycleMania Open Registration

Interested parties can now sign up to participate in Recyclemania, a friendly competition and benchmarking tool for college and university recycling programs to promote waste reduction activities to their campus communities. Over an eight-week period each spring, colleges across the U.S. and Canada report the amount of recycling and trash collected each week and are then ranked in various categories based on most recycling on a per capita basis, best recycling rate as a percentage of total waste, and amount of combined trash and recycling. Full registration in the competition must be completed by Feb. 4.
  • Posted Jan 25, 2016

ISCN 2016 Call for Abstracts

The International Sustainable Campus Network (ISCN) has opened its call for abstracts for ISCN 2016 being held at University of Siena in Italy from June 13-15. Abstracts should be relevant to the conference focus, Leadership for Sustainable Development, and relate to one of the themes: innovative infrastructure and user behavior, holistic campus planning and sustainable urban models, and sustainability skills and competencies. All abstracts are due by Feb. 26.
  • Posted Jan 25, 2016

Registration Open: Eastern Regional Climate Preparedness Conference

Convened by Antioch University’s Center for Climate Preparedness & Community Resilience in partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the conference is designed to build capacity for local decision makers from throughout the Eastern U.S. (EPA Regions 1-4). The convening builds on the success of the May 2014 Local Solutions: Northeast Climate Change Preparedness Conference, which drew more than 500 participants from Washington, D.C., to Canada’s eastern provinces.
  • Posted Jan 22, 2016

SPLC 2016 Summit Call for Proposals

The Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council’s annual Summit brings together hundreds of visionary purchasing and sustainability professionals, suppliers and NGO experts from diverse sectors and regions in order to share, simplify and spread the best sustainable purchasing practices across the economy. This year's program welcomes your proposals for interactive workshops, roundtable and panel sessions, lightning talks and more. Submission deadline is Feb. 12.
  • Posted Jan 19, 2016

Philadelphia Green Power Boot Camp

This workshop, held in association with the Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium (PERC), will help participants develop an integrated renewable energy strategy, including both on-site and off-site approaches. Learn how to pull back the curtain on project economics, engage internal decision-makers and navigate the marketplace of renewable energy options, with a deep dive on contracting power purchase agreements from high-impact, large-scale, off-site renewable energy projects. The workshop is part of the Green Gigawatt Partnership, which is designed to catalyze at least one gigawatt of new renewable energy in higher education by 2020. This half-day workshop at Villanova University in Villanova, Pennsylvania is on Friday, Feb. 19 from 12:30-4:30 p.m. and includes a buffet lunch.
  • Posted Jan 18, 2016

Pittsburgh Green Power Boot Camp

This workshop, held in association with the Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium (PERC), will help participants develop an integrated renewable energy strategy, including both on-site and off-site approaches. Learn how to pull back the curtain on project economics, engage internal decision-makers and navigate the marketplace of renewable energy options, with a deep dive on contracting power purchase agreements from high-impact, large-scale, off-site renewable energy projects. The workshop is part of the Green Gigawatt Partnership, which is designed to catalyze at least one gigawatt of new renewable energy in higher education by 2020. This half-day workshop at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is on Friday, March 4 from 12:30-4:30 p.m. and includes a buffet lunch.
  • Posted Jan 18, 2016

SPLC Leadership & Case Study Awards

The Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council’s annual awards program recognizes organizations for leveraging institutional purchasing power to advance the long-term health and vitality of society, economies and the planet. There are two types of awards, both based on case study submissions: outstanding case study awards and leadership awards. All submissions are due March 18.
  • Posted Jan 18, 2016

Eighth Annual International Sustainable Campus Network Award Application

The International Sustainable Campus Excellence Awards recognize sustainable campus projects that demonstrate leadership, creativity, effectiveness and outstanding performance. The award categories have been modified this year to reflect the evolution of campus sustainability. Campus projects can be submitted for one of the following categories: Buildings and Innovative Infrastructure, Campus Planning and Management Systems, Innovative Collaboration, or Student Leadership.
  • Posted Jan 15, 2016

2016 EPEAT Purchaser Awards Open Application Period

All organizations that purchase EPEAT-registered products (Electronic Products Environmental Assessment Tool) are eligible to apply for the EPEAT Purchaser Awards. This award program recognizes the efforts of those driving environmental improvements through environmentally preferable electronics purchasing. Applications are being accepted through March 23.
  • Posted Jan 14, 2016

Call for Proposals Now Open: AASHE 2016 Conference & Expo

Submissions are now being accepted for the AASHE 2016 Conference & Expo, themed Beyond the Campus, in Baltimore, Maryland, from Oct. 9-12. Submit your proposal and join us as we explore how campuses can disseminate and implement sustainable solutions in surrounding communities and the world. The submission period closes Feb. 15 at 5 p.m. Eastern.
  • Posted Jan 14, 2016

Northeast Regional Sun Grant Center 2016 Competitive Grant Program

The mission of the Sun Grant Program is to focus the abilities of the nation's colleges and universities in partnership with the private sector and federal laboratories to enhance national energy security and independence through the development, distribution and implementation of bio-based energy technologies, the promotion of bio-based diversification and environmental sustainability of the region's agriculture, and the promotion of opportunities for bio-based economic diversification in rural communities. Strategic programmatic areas for 2016 include decentralized and distributed feedstock, bioenergy and bio-product systems, life cycle analysis, air and water quality impacts, and carbon mitigation and sequestration. Pre-proposals required, due by Feb. 8.
  • Posted Jan 12, 2016

Campus Kitchen Project $5K Grant

Sponsored by the AARP Foundation, the Campus Kitchen Project is offering $5,000 startup grants to colleges and universities that are interested in creating food security for the older adult population in their community. The deadline to apply is Feb. 5.
  • Posted Jan 12, 2016

AASHE Member Discount: Chemical-Free Cleaning Technology

Ten AASHE members have the opportunity to take advantage of a 30-day free trial to test water-based, chemical-free cleaning by eWater Advantage.
  • Posted Jan 12, 2016

Call for Papers: Symposium on Sustainable Development Research at United Kingdom Universities

The symposium being held at Manchester Metropolitan University, April 5-6, 2016 will provide an opportunity for researchers from natural and social sciences to come together to discuss research methods, empirical research and exchange ideas about on-going and future research initiatives focusing on sustainable development. All accepted papers will be part of the World Sustainability Series, an award-winning publication from Springer.
  • Posted Jan 11, 2016

NREL No-Cost Solar Screenings and Implementation Assistance for Universities

In support of the U.S. Department of Energy's SunShot initiative, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is offering no-cost technical assistance to universities seeking to increase solar energy on campus. Any U.S. higher education institution is eligible to apply. The program is designed to increase the deployment of mid-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) systems at universities, engage stakeholders to develop deployment solutions and empower decision makers. Applications for NREL’s solar screening and implementation assistance are due Jan. 15.
  • Posted Jan 11, 2016

Princeton Review and Sierra 2016 Reporting Deadlines

AASHE continues its collaboration with the Princeton Review and Sierra Magazine in an effort to reduce the data collection and reporting burden for members. As in past years, campuses will be able to submit data required to earn a Princeton Review Green Rating and a Sierra Cool Schools ranking through the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS) Reporting Tool instead of having to complete separate surveys. Princeton Review's deadline is Feb. 29. Sierra Magazine's deadline is March 22.
  • Posted Jan 11, 2016

Low Carbon IT Campaign

Offered by Energy Star, the Low Carbon IT Campaign is a nationwide effort to assist and recognize organizations for reducing the energy consumed by their information technology equipment. With six suggested ways to reduce the IT energy costs at your organization, the EPA will recognize institutions that implement two of them, putting computers to sleep and benchmarking data centers. Free phone and email consultations are available to answer questions.
  • Posted Jan 5, 2016

Submit Your Sustainability Projects to Facilities Manager

The March/April 2016 issue of Facilities Manager magazine will focus on the broad topic of sustainability, and we are hoping to include a short description of your latest project or success. In 200 words or less, send your information to editor Steve Glazner at steve[at]appa[dot]org. A high-resolution photo or graphic (at least 300 dpi) can be included as well. The issue will receive extra distribution to the attendees of the 2016 Smart and Sustainable Campuses Conference in Baltimore, Maryland, April 4-5. The deadline for submission is Jan. 15.
  • Posted Jan 5, 2016

Geothermal Design Challenge 2016

The U.S. Department of Energy Geothermal Technologies Office, in partnership with the Center for Advanced Energy Studies and Idaho National Lab, is recruiting student teams to design an infographic that will illustrate how geothermal energy is clean, safe, reliable and sustainable. Winners will share a prize purse of $7,500 and present their infographic at a geothermal energy conference in California. Register now and submit a draft infographic by March 1.
  • Posted Jan 4, 2016

Smart and Sustainable Campuses Conference Student Summit

The Smart and Sustainable Campuses Conference Student Summit in Baltimore, Maryland, on April 3, formerly the SEED Conference at American University, will bring together higher education students from across the country to participate in a day of curated workshops to gain skills, share best practices and lessons learned, hone personal sustainability, and be inspired by peers and professionals alike. Call for proposals now open for student presenters. Deadline to apply is Feb. 1.
  • Posted Jan 4, 2016

Registration Open: RecycleMania 2016

Registration is now open for the university and college waste reduction competition known as RecycleMania. RecycleMania is a friendly competition and benchmarking tool for college and university recycling programs to promote waste reduction activities to their campus communities. Over an eight-week period each spring, colleges across the U.S. and Canada report the amount of recycling and trash collected each week and are in turn ranked in various categories. Registration ends Jan. 22.
  • Posted Dec 14, 2015