Intergrating Curriculum & Sustainability Operations: Middlebury Case Study

May 22, 2013 at 10:21 pm Leave a comment

Contributed by Dr. Sarah

We recently had a great Spheres of Influence virtual roundtable on the question of how we can embed sustainability across an institution, particularly in higher education, but in other organizations as well.

Some pearls of wisdom shared by two of Middlebury College’s sustainability leaders, Nan Jenks-Jay and Jack Bryne:

1. Put sustainability commitments in the governing documents for your organization

2. Enlist input from stakeholders on sustainability targets

There’s much more to learn from these seasoned sustainability leaders!

Listen to the MP3 Audio here:

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What are your “take aways?” Post a comment!

 

 

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