Join your colleagues and take an in-depth approach toward defining, understanding and creating solutions to sustainability issues facing our campuses. Longer, 80-minute sessions create environments ripe for dialogue, shared problem-solving, skill development and community building.
Our attendees included directors and staff from sustainability, facilities, health & safety, campus planning and business offices, as well as students, business partners and other education stakeholders.
The 2013 conference tracks:
1. Community Connections
2. Fostering Behavior Change
3. The Campus as a Learning Laboratory
4. Strategic Implementation
5. The Built Environment
NEW location for 2013!
The DoubleTree by Hilton, in downtown Bethesda, is walking distance to two subway stations and nearly 200 restaurants. Hop on the Bethesda Circulator for a free and convenient ride to any downtown destination.
AASHE (Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education)
APPA (Leadership in Educational Facilities)
Johns Hopkins University
Sustainable Futures Academy
U.S. Green Building Council
University of Hawaii
University of Maryland, College Park
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Van Jones, Conference Keynote, will be speaking on higher education and its role in a new green economy.
Colin Beavan, aka No Impact Man, will provide the plenary address on Tuesday afternoon.
Thomas Karl, Director, NOAA National Climatic Data Center, will speak on Modern Climate Change: Where have we been and where are we headed?