Report Considers Sustainability in the Curriculum
- A Wiki for the Climate
- Water, anyone?
- Learning to lead?
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- What's in a name?
Colleges have been quicker to green their facilities than their curriculums, as a 2008 National Wildlife Federation study showed, and a new report released by the American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment Thursday aims to help colleges integrate "climate neutrality" and sustainability into their academic programs. "Education for Climate Neutrality and Sustainability: Academic Guidance for ACUPCC Institutions" includes more than 200 examples and resources.