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  • After recently acquiring the rights to a 10,000-acre farm in eastern North Carolina, the university began a two-year pilot program on 300 acres of the land. University researchers aim to identify the best ways to restore the former farm fields to their original wetland state and measure and verify how much carbon the land's saturated peat soil can store. If enough carbon credits can be generated at a cost-effective rate, production will then expand to the other 9,700 acres.
  • Clemson University students are partnering with ExxonMobil to develop an ultra-efficient, lightweight, highly durable sustainable concept vehicle. The project emphasizes the integration of sustainability in the entire product lifecycle – from manufacture and operation with circular economy considerations.
  • All students and employees were invited to vote on a shortlist of projects selected by the school’s Carbon Neutrality Plus committee. All projects were presented and voted on through a video contest. The winning projects included a solar power project in India and a conservation project in Canada.

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  • Call for Webinar Proposals Now Open

    Submit a proposal for an opportunity to present an AASHE webinar next year! Proposals will be accepted until Friday, Nov. 2 at 11:59 p.m. ET and can cover a variety of topics at any level (introductory, immediate and advanced). More
  • STARS Top Performers Announced

    Read the 2018 Sustainable Campus Index and find the top-performing colleges and universities as measured by the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS). The report also highlights innovative and high-impact initiatives from institutions ... More
  • Reduce Paper Use on Your Campus

    AASHE members are eligible to receive in-depth training, guidance and tools to reduce the number of personal desktop printers on campus through our “Turning the Page on Campus Paper Use” program. Apply by September 7. More

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