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Ditching Spreadsheets: Track Your Energy Projects Using GRITS

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Watch this webinar to learn how to incorporate GRITS,  an online platform useful for tracking the energy, financial, and carbon savings data from sustainability projects. It features a library of more than 2,500 projects completed by other GRITS users across the U.S. and Canada. In this webinar, you will learn how to: access the GRITS Dashboard, which displays […]

Campus Tree Planting

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In order to engage the community in resilience assessment and future planning steps, California State University, Northridge implemented a demonstration-scale tree planting on campus. Students and community members
participated in the tree planting, which was held during the annual Earth Fair on campus. The volunteers planted 26 trees. Trees provide increased canopy coverage, which aides in decreasing the urban heat island effect.

Community Asset Mapping

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Portland State University (PSU) brought together local nonprofits Street Roots and the Mapping Action Collective (MAC) in order to map community assets for the Portland Metro Area in a way that will be useful, maintained, and accessible. This will increase the visibility and continuity of service provision for Portland’s most vulnerable community members.

Building a Foundation for Resilience Planning: Lessons Learned at Green Mountain College

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Green Mountain College (GMC) sits at the head of Main Street in Poultney, Vermont, a town of 3,400 people nestled on the western edge of Vermont just south of the Champlain Valley. The school supports 400 residential undergraduate students, 266 students pursuing online graduate and degree completion students, and 167 full-time-equivalent employees. This spring semester […]

Inside Schools’ Race to Carbon-Neutrality

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THE MAGAZINE OF THE SIERRA CLUB Photo by Dennis Wegewijs/iStock Inside Schools’ Race to Carbon-Neutrality Universities can’t yet reach carbon-zero, so some buy the title “carbon-neutral” By Jessica Myers | Sep 9 2021 American universities’ race to become “carbon-neutral” is on. From Arizona State University to American University, schools east and west are claiming their campuses are carbon-neutral—that’s what […]

Winona LaDuke – Creating a Just and Equitable Economy

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Winona LaDuke spoke this afternoon at the 2nd UNCF Green Building Learning Institute about how tribal colleges and communities are working to create a equitable and just economy.  In order to build their resilience and self-reliance they are training technicians and renewable energy installers, putting up wind turbines and solar panels, and building healthy, efficient buildings. At the […]