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  • An education that matters. Indicators for assessing impact: Campus greening and what else? Jess Gerrior Franklin Pierce University Monadnock Farm & Community Coalition MS,2011 Antioch University New England
  • An education that matters. “Our internationally agreed development goals are a complex tapestry, and education is the indispensable thread.” General Ban Ki-moon What is the material from which this thread is made, and how is it woven?
  • An education that matters. energy efficient buildings campus gardens plastic bottle bans green marketing courses solar panels waste oil recycling non-toxic products bicycle shelters local food purchasing renewable energy climate action plans recycled paper products faculty ride sharing conservation easements trayless dining LED fixtures electric vehicles composting carbon credits
  • An education that matters. courage competence understanding of sustainable development in all of its dimensions
  • An education that matters. carry the vision • embody the change
  • An education that matters. generating new questions
  • An education that matters. Who is not at the table? How does that affect the conversation?
  • An education that matters. What values, attitudes & priorities are reflected in campus structures?
  • An education that matters. How can the campus as a living laboratory be utilized most fully?
  • An education that matters. What measures will inform us about critical capacities: commitment, learning, teamwork, quality and innovation?
  • An education that matters. Do these measures honor and support the relationships and meaning-rich environments that give rise to these behaviors?
  • An education that matters. New questions create space for new permeable boundaries of knowledge.
  • An education that matters. quest for sustainability questions for sustainability
  • An education that matters. Our planet depends on this emergence.
  • An education that matters.
  • An education that matters.