Upcoming webinars

From time to time, GreenerU hosts webinars and workshops on topics ranging from climate neutrality and energy efficiency measures to climate action planning and facilitation. Watch this space for upcoming webinar topics featuring stories from your peers, lessons learned, and best practices in sustainability and climate change mitigation.

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Leveraging STARS to advance your sustainability goals

Wednesday, September 28, 2022
2–3 p.m. ET

AASHE STARS inventorying, analysis, and submission is a lengthy and complex process—one that can be all-consuming for an institution. But one of the purposes of STARS is to provide a baseline of data to help your institution understand the next steps toward implementing sustainable solutions.

Meghna Tare, chief sustainability officer at the University of Texas at Arlington, joined us to talk about how UTA took STARS reporting to the next level to make the data accessible and clear to campus stakeholders.

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Ramping up sustainability in K12 schools

Thursday, September 15, 2022
3–4 p.m. Eastern

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A recent study published in the Lancet from a survey of 10,000 young people (ages 16-25) in ten countries, including the U.S., showed high levels of climate anxiety among respondents. K12 schools are responding with more sustainability curriculum, greenhouse gas emissions and other sustainability inventories, climate action planning, and energy-efficiency measures. This insightful discussion featured sustainability representatives from three schools that have taken different steps toward sustainability and climate change mitigation efforts at their campuses. Find out how they got started.

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