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Student Sustainability Educators: A Guide to Creating and Maintaining an Eco-Rep Program on Your Campus

  • Christina Erickson, Ph.D., with support from AASHE and NWF; edited by Judy Walton and Margo Wagner
  • Mar 01, 2012

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:

  • Step by step action items and tips for creating, maintaining and evaluating a campus Eco-Rep program
  • Brief descriptions of actual programs and their best practices
  • Case studies of successes and road blocks
  • Activity, event, marketing and outreach examples
  • Eco-Rep recruiting tools, sample job descriptions, and other resources

Learn more about this guide: watch the Student Sustainability Educators webinar hosted on April 18, 2012.


Related Resources
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)

Student Sustainability Educators: A Guide to Creating and Maintaining an Eco-Rep Program on Your Campus

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