Resources of Interest — Outside sites

A variety of sites having a sustainability focus follows.

www.mass.gov/dep/recycle/, the official website of the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs for the Commonwealth.

Second Nature: "strives to help build a sustainable and positive global future through leadership networks in higher education."

Sierra Club Green Life: Environmentally-oriented articles from Sierra, the national magazine of the Sierra Club, are available on-line here.

The Story of Stuff Project: The project grew out of a popular 20 minute YouTube video. Their web site features a podcast, a blog, teaching tools, and further videos. They also sponsor a variety of action campaigns.

Campus Greening: "The National Wildlife Federation’s higher education program works with colleges and universities to protect wildlife and habitat, and improve campuses’ overall green educational programming and on-site sustainability."

Higher Education Associations Sustainability Consortium (HEASC): HEASC is a network of higher education associations with a commitment to advancing sustainability within their constituencies and within the entire system of higher education.

The U.S. Partnership for Education for Sustainable Development, whose vision is integrating sustainability into education.

Math and Sustainability: a resource for teachers interested in sustainability curriculum for their mathematics courses.

www.thegreenteam.org/: an environmental club for Massachusetts K–12 students, sponsored by the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy & Environmental Affairs and Department of Environmental Protection.

Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (Davenport, Iowa) seeks "(t)he advancement of water, environmental, and energy technology education through curriculum, professional, and program development."

The Campus Environmental Resource Center: a clearinghouse site to supply "knowledge and tools to maintain environmental regulatory compliance, improve management, and operate sustainably."

World Watch Institute: A global environmental organization whose mission is to create an environmentally sustainable society that meets human needs.

Last Modified: 9/22/19