The New England Board of Higher Education will co-host the New England Campus Sustainability Forum on Friday, Sept. 21, 2012 at the Colleges of the Fenway in Boston.
The conference, titled “Leveraging Collective Resources for the Future” is designed to build the skills that will help campus change agents advance sustainability programs at their institutions, including skills uniquely tailored to our region. Conference tracks will include: Organization and Coalition Building, Campus as a Living Laboratory, and Financial Strategies.
The program is designed to foster conversation between all stakeholders, administrators, staff, faculty and students to provide new insights on campus sustainability programs.
Nonprofit Early Bird Registration – $110 per participant
For-profit Early Bird Registration – $160 per participant
Who Should Attend?
Chief Academic Officers, Chief Financial Officers, Directors of Facilities, Facilities Staff, Faculty, Student Leaders and Sustainability Officers.
The program is hosted by the New England Board of Higher Education, Clean Air – Cool Planet, Second Nature, GreenerU, the Colleges of the Fenway, and the Northeast Campus Sustainability Consortium.
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