Earth Day 2017’s theme is Environmental & Climate Literacy.
Education is the foundation for progress. We need to build a global citizenry fluent in the concepts of climate change and aware of its unprecedented threat to the planet. We need to empower everyone with the knowledge to inspire action in defense of environmental protection.
Earth Day Network launched its higher education campaign, MobilizeU, in 2012. MobilizeU is an international movement of concerned and active students and administrators uniting around their common interest of environmental action in support of a sustainable future for all.
This year, MobilizeU will play a critical role as the Higher Education ambassador for Earth Day. Start the conversation and the community action on your campus by organizing an Environmental & Climate Literacy Teach-In.
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Be creative in finding other ways to mobilize on campus, and not just on Earth Day!
Other Resources From AASHE:
- Most campuses already have student sustainability groups or eco-clubs. Look into joining one, or get a group of friends together and start your own!
- Here is a list of student-focused campus sustainability organizations, put together by The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE). From training programs and professional development opportunities, to grassroots advocacy and community outreach, you’ll find an extensive amount of resources to maximize your effectiveness on campus!
- Visit AASHE’s user-friendly Campus Sustainability Hub. This incredible one-stop shop provides members access to toolkits and resource collections covering all aspects of sustainability in higher education.
- The Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System is a transparent, self-reporting framework for colleges and universities to measure their sustainability performance. Create a report for your school.
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