Webinars

Archived Webinars:

A Finer Future, A Conversation with Hunter Lovins about Higher Ed. Climate Action

December 7, 2018

View this webinar to hear a conversation with Hunter Lovins and Eban Goodstein about the newly published book, “A Finer Future: Creating an Economy in Service to Life.” Learn how the principles written about in A Finer Future can help chart the course for your campus climate action. Using examples from sustainability leaders from Bard College’s network of graduate alumni, we will discuss with Dr. Lovins how these principles could be implemented on any campus. The book, released that day, outlines the principles of a regenerative economy, and details a policy roadmap to achieving it.

Ditching Spreadsheets: Track Your Energy Projects Using GRITS

December 7, 2018

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 a tally of investments made and cost savings captured to-date as well as a snapshot of your project portfolio’s energy, carbon, water, and waste savings; use the Project Details page to track project-specific details, including project type, cost, relevant transactions, performance, and measurement and verification; and embed a dashboard of customized project metrics into your institution’s website to share the impact of your projects.

RINGO Pre-COP: Navigating the UNFCCC and COP

December 7, 2018

This webinar was put together to help participants navigate the UNFCCC and COP24. View the presentation to learn how to effectively participate in and observe the UNFCCC COP negotiations in Katowice, Poland. Highlighting the organizational and decision-making structure of the meetings, speakers share tools and resources to facilitate attendee’s navigation of the COP space both in person and online. While this webinar is targeted to the Research and Independent NGOs (RINGO) constituency group, all COP attendees will find it useful.

Higher Education’s Leading Role in Cross-sector Climate Action

July 12, 2018

For more than a decade, institutions in the Climate Leadership Network have been pursuing carbon neutrality in campus operations, creating new climate solutions through innovative research, and preparing students to solve the urgent climate challenges of the 21st century. But a year ago many schools across the country stepped up to do even more. This webinar will focus on how the higher ed sector has been engaging with government, businesses, and the community to lead on climate.