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Sustainability Education Summit convenes in DC this week

9/20/2010 // By NWF

Patrick Fitzgerald is NWF’s Director of Education Advocacy. I’m sitting in a room with 250+ leaders from the education, environmental, and business communities for the first ever Sustainability Education Summit, hosted by the U.S. Department of Education. The National Wildlife […] Read more >

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New Financing Tools Help Push for Clean Energy

2/23/2010 // By Julian Keniry

For anyone interested in serious reductions in global warming pollution on campus, the new report “Financing Sustainability on Campus,”written by Ben Barlow and edited by Andrea Putman, is an indispensable resource.  Published by the National Association of College and University […] Read more >

David Orr, Oberlin College

Confronting Climate Collapse: The Work of a Lifetime

1/12/2010 // By Julian Keniry

Down to the Wire: Confronting Climate Collapse, recently published by Oxford University Press, is David W. Orr’s ninth book.  Although dozens of climate-related books have been published within the last several months and even more information exists online, there are […] Read more >

College of the Atlantic Aims for the Triple Bottom Line

8/28/2008 // By Xarissa Holdaway

When businesses go green, they do it for reasons ranging from profit and good PR to reliable supply chains and genuine concern for the environment. Examples of individual companies taking action are plentiful at sites such as GreenBiz, Treehugger, and […] Read more >

Tulane and Yale Structures Earn Top Ten Green Building Awards

8/26/2008 // By Xarissa Holdaway

The American Institute of Architects’ COTE (Committee on the Environment) recognizes 10 high-profile and environmentally sensitive buildings each year, and for 2008 chose two university buildings to highlight in its Top Ten list. Tulane University’s Lavin-Bernick Center, originally built in […] Read more >

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