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The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) empowers any member of higher education to be an agent of change or innovator of sustainability. AASHE provides resources and professional development to put information on sustainability into action and provides a diverse, engaged community of sustainability leaders.
Green Schools Initiative
National listserv that was started in 1992 for campus sustainability professionals to exchange ideas and information.
Midwest Climate Collaborative
The Midwest Climate Collaborative works to develop midwestern response to the climate crisis through the acceleration of climate action in collaboration with many key organizations throughout the midwest.
The Re-Amp Network is set to enable collaboration on climate solutions in the Midwest. This network has been built to create a more effective climate movement in the Midwest that will allow the ability to achieve their aimed results.
Second Nature works to expand higher education's ability to solve sustainability challenges. The mission of this organization is to accelerate climate action through higher education.
The Science Education Resource Center at Carleton College (SERC) offers multiple engaging teaching activities and transformative workshops for all to incorporate into any classroom. This Resource Center was founded to improve education in the Earth sciences and beyond.
Sustainability Communicators Network
A national listserv for sustainability communicators in higher education to network, collaborate, ask questions, and share ideas. All are welcome, no experience in communications is necessary.
Waste Exchange Resource
Find local waste exchange resources for your campus or organization, waste exchange programs allow for a sustainable solution to the disposal of various items or the purchase of used items from similar institutions.