AASHE

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AASHEAssociation for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education
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To document sustainability efforts of 896 participating colleges and universities, AASHE provides a reporting platform known as STARS, an acronym for the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating SystemO, said Husemoller.
endowments (in the case of CURI and AASHE) as a way to pressure trustees
AASHE's STARS programme is the most widely recognised framework in the world for publicly reporting comprehensive information related to a college or university's sustainability performance.
"If the folks coming to the stadium don't understand the program or what goes in which bin, it's going to break down," says AASHE's Daurremont-Smith.
Specifically, AASHE's 2013 Higher Education Sustainability Review (http://www.aashe.org/publications/sustainability-review/2013) reveals that fossil fuel divestment and sustainable investment, diversity and inclusion, climate solutions, and opportunities for hands-on student engagement are of increasing importance to campus sustainability communities across the globe.
Activities included the annual AASHE conference that encompassed a summer curriculum planning institute; community activities related to food security; a day-long workshop for faculty on integrating sustainability into the curriculum; green library webinars; Special Libraries Association workshops; the SUNY Sustainability Conference; and several institutes, workshops, and a fellows programs offered through the librarian's home institution.
However, this requires, 'regardless of the subject of the curriculum, that students fearn and practice holistic systems thinking and be able to apply such thinking to real world situations and understand how the ecological systems of which they are a part function and are integrated' (AASHE, 2010).
(4.) Although there has not been a recent formal review of the literature on campus sustainability, AASHE maintains a list of publications on campus sustainability on its website http://www.aashe.org/resources/publications.php (accessed May 26.
There are many tasty starters to tempt you too, including Aashe reshteh, a traditional Persian noodle soup or try the chicken livers gently fried with a heavenly mixture of onions, tomatoes and garlic.
AaShe is a known as a patron of the arts and an art-lover herself.
AaShe added she had heard rumors of a value added tax, but that, "there have been no laws or preparation for it, so I'm not so sure that it will happen.
Beyond the campus, we presented this project at the 2008 Association for the Advancement for Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) conference and were asked to lead a half-day workshop on sustainability related to economic development for an international development organization.