Resource: ULSF Publication
Description: University Leaders for a Sustainable Future offers a wide net of publications that may assist with background information for the evolution of your GYC program.
Citation: "PUBLICATIONS." ULSF | University Leaders For A Sustainable Future. 2008. Web. 06 Oct. 2010. <http://www.ulsf.org/publications.html>.
Resource: Transforming Higher Education: A Practical Plan for Incorporating Sustainability Education into the Student Experience
Description: This paper introduces a comprehensive plan for integrating sustainability education into the practices of nearly any college or university.
Resource: Education for Sustainability: Accelerating the Transition to Sustainability through Higher Education
Description: This article discusses the role that higher education and HE professionals can play in the sustainability conversation.
Resource: What is Greening the Curriculum?
Description: This article explains what "Greening the Curriculum" means and some of its implications and offers resources available through the Environmental Affairs Committee's Greening the Curriculum Project.
Resource: North Shore Community College is Going Green
Description: This article explains North Shore Community College's commitment to and evolution of a "green curriculum" program.
Resource: The Cloud Institute for Sustainability Education
Description: The Cloud Institute equips school systems K-12 and their communities with the core content, competencies and habits of mind that characterize education for a sustainable future.
Citation: The Cloud Institute for Sustainability Education. The Cloud Institute. Web. 06 Oct. 2010. <http://www.sustainabilityed.org/>.
Resource: The Nature Conservancy in Illinois: Emiquon
Descriptions: Emiquon, an hour south of Peoria on the Illinois River, is one of the largest floodplain restoration projects in the country outside the Florida Everglades. It is also is home to numerous archaeological sites and provides an opportunity to learn about habitat restoration, endangered species, watersheds, environmental history, and more.
Resource: Green Mountain College Campus Greening Fund
Description: Green Mountain College (and a large number of other institutions) has a Student Campus Greening Fund that is built into tuition fees so as to provide scholarships for a wide variety of "green" student-led programs aimed at mitigating climate change and promoting sustainability.
Resource: UN ESCAP: Green Growth Initiatives
Description: This website contains a series of links and articles discussing sustainability and the green economy in developing countries.
Citation: "Green Growth." Green Growth, Sustainable Economic Growth, Climate Change, Environment. Web. 29 Sept. 2010. <http://www.greengrowth.org/gg-initiative.asp>.
Resource: 350 Slideshow; 350 Presenter's Guide
Description: 350.org is a grassroots, international campaign that's building a movement to unite the world around solutions to the climate crisis; this presentation provides an overview the climate crisis and connects it locally with ideas of the types of things people can do in their own communities (specifically for 10/10/10 Global Work Day, but the information is applic