By Christina Erickson, Ph.D., with support from AASHE and NWF; Edited by Judy Walton and Margo Wagner
Released March 2012 by the National Wildlife Federation and AASHE
Student Sustainability Educators features examples from 18 campuses highlighting their efforts to design, implement and evaluate Eco-Rep Programs.
Readers of this guide will find:
Learn more about this guide: watch the Student Sustainability Educators webinar hosted on April 18, 2012.
Peer to Peer Sustainability Outreach Programs (AASHE)
Webinar: Eco-Reps - How students and staff are facilitating sustainability through peer-to-peer education on campus (NWF, February 2011)
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