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Jess Gerrior

  1. 1. 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
  2. 2. 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?
  3. 3. 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
  4. 4. An education that matters. courage competence understanding of sustainable development in all of its dimensions
  5. 5. An education that matters. carry the vision • embody the change
  6. 6. An education that matters. generating new questions
  7. 7. An education that matters. Who is not at the table? How does that affect the conversation?
  8. 8. An education that matters. What values, attitudes & priorities are reflected in campus structures?
  9. 9. An education that matters. How can the campus as a living laboratory be utilized most fully?
  10. 10. An education that matters. What measures will inform us about critical capacities: commitment, learning, teamwork, quality and innovation?
  11. 11. An education that matters. Do these measures honor and support the relationships and meaning-rich environments that give rise to these behaviors?
  12. 12. An education that matters. New questions create space for new permeable boundaries of knowledge.
  13. 13. An education that matters. quest for sustainability questions for sustainability
  14. 14. An education that matters. Our planet depends on this emergence.
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  16. 16. An education that matters.

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