Campuses are invited to show Second Nature’s Keynote Broadcast as part of their Campus Sustainability Day events, as a way to complement planned activities and foster discussion. The broadcast will feature Higher Education sustainability leaders discussing ways in which students can make a difference, be a part of sustainability solutions, and build a career in the sustainability field.

Congratulations to the 2014 Second Nature Climate Leadership Award Winners! These champions of the ACUPCC network also participated in a voting competition, hosted by Planet Forward, from April 1-15. Learn more…

Join the ACUPCC Team and other experts in the network for a series of discussion on campus sustainability efforts. The ACUPCC On Air Series will take place every Tuesday, 1-1:30 PM EDT, in April. Submit your questions now! Click here for more details.

Second Nature continues to produce and curate resources that focus on the unique challenges faced by minority-serving institutions (MSIs) and under-resourced institutions (URIs). Check back frequently as new resources are posted.

Second Nature, working with topic experts, has developed a series of briefing papers focused on key issues related to higher education’s role in creating a sustainable society. These concise publications provide presidents, senior administrators, and anyone interested in campus sustainability with information, ideas, and practical steps to help them fulfill their commitment through the ACUPCC and achieve their sustainability goals.

Photos, left to right, courtesy of Pomona College, Northland College, and Eckerd College.

Featured Publication

REN21 2013 Renewables Global Status Report

This latest Renewables Global Status Report provides a comprehensive and timely overview of renewable energy market, industry, investment and policy development worldwide.

Featured ACUPCC Resource

The ACUPCC Implementation Guide

The Implementation Guide is the “handbook” of the ACUPCC, providing more detail on the specific obligations in the Commitment, explaining technical issues related to implementation, and outlining key policies.
For more climate action planning resources, click here.

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