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Meet the featured keynote speaker,
Greenpeace USA Executive Director and creator of "Story of Stuff"
as she discusses the positive environmental and social impacts sustainability has.
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among higher education sustainability
With nearly 2,000 participants, AASHE's annual conference is the largest gathering of higher education sustainability professionals and students in North America. In one of the most innovative sustainable cities in North America, attendees from around the world will come together at AASHE 2014 to network and share new innovations, activities, frameworks, learning outcomes, tools, strategies, research, theory and leadership initiatives that are changing the face of sustainability on their campus and surrounding communities.
We are excited to extend early bird registration prices to Friday, July 18. We are confident that Conference & Expo registrants will find high value in the workshop sessions with topics including: Building Sustainability into an Operations Management Curriculum Multiple Ways of Knowing in Environmental Decision Making Water Action Plan - How to achieve real water savings And more!
Get ready to enjoy the waterfall hikes, microbreweries and urban farms of the Pacific Northwest.
Congratulations on a fantastic conference. It was my first time at AASHE, and I learned so much and connected with a lot of great people.
This year's conference was indeed a success as we were able to make some very promising connections, as well as gain valuable and much needed exposure!
As a company, we attend AASHE to connect with campus leaders and brainstorm ideas for their campus' recycling needs. Over the past 4 years, we have had great success building lasting partnerships. AASHE has given us a platform to showcase Max-R’s passion for recycling and sustainability.
The most beneficial and relevant experience that I've gotten out of attending AASHE are the networking opportunities.
I learned so much at the conference … it is great to be a part of something that has so much meaning and importance.
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