Campus Sustainability Resources
Below is a selective list of books, articles, and organizations related to campus sustainability. Contact Anne Marie Gruber at email@example.com or your department's librarian to suggest additions, if you need to place material on reserve, for office delivery of library materials, or if you need a list of available materials on a particular topic.
Agron, J. (2006, June). LEEDing the way. American School & University, 78(11), 6.
Alshuwaikhat, H., & Abubakar, I. (2008, November). An integrated approach to achieving campus sustainability: assessment of the current campus environmental management practices. Journal of Cleaner Production, 16(16), 1777-1785.
Beringer, A., & Adomssent, M. (2008, December). Sustainable university research and development: inspecting sustainability in higher education research. Environmental Education Research, 14(6), 607-623.
Buttenwieser, S. (2008, Winter). Greening the ivory tower. Earth Island Journal, 22(4), 34-38.
The campus sustainability movement is growing. (2008, February). Student Affairs Leader, 36(3), 5.
Carlson, S. (2008, January 18). Small colleges worry about cost of sustainability. Chronicle of Higher Education, 54(19), A14.
Carlson, S. (2008, September 5). Colleges get greener in operations, but teaching sustainability declines. Chronicle of Higher Education, 55(2), A25.
Ezarik, M. (2007, February). Building for campus and community. University Business, 10(2), 32-33.
Herrmann, M. (2008, April). Getting a star for sustainability. University Business, 11(4), 16.
Higher education for sustainability: Seeking affective learning outcomes. (2008, January). International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 9(1), 87-98.
Lipka, S. (2006, October 20). Students call for action on campuses. Chronicle of Higher Education, 53(9), 11.
Monastersky, R. (2007, June 22). More college leaders sign climate pledge. Chronicle of Higher Education, 53(42), A30.
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Selected Associations and Organizations
Climate Planning for Campusus: A How To Guide (Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education)Upper Midwest Association for Campus Sustainability