Leadership in Green Schools

Leadership in Green Schools

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Join us to learn more about about school building performance monitoring to reduce your bottom line and engage students.

About this event

Let's take a deep dive into building performance and the importance of it for environment, budget, health of the occupant and student impact.

Speakers:

  • Portfolio Management and Prioritizing Sustainability Goals - Brittney Albin | Sustainability Coordinator, Lincoln Public Schools
  • Project-based Learning - School of Environmental Studies

Teachers, administrators, facilities managers, architects, engineers, sustainability managers, local businesses and nonprofits, community leaders, and green school advocates are all welcome. This will be an excellent opportunity to collect ideas and hear how your peers are working to incorporate sustainability initiatives across districts and in the classroom. This is an opportunity to learn from each other, gather ideas and information for the upcoming school year, create new collaborations, and remember there are others working as hard as you to grow green schools. You are the experts, let's learn together!

Thank you to our sponsors:

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USGBC's Commitment:

USGBC is guided by our four pillars: sustainability, resiliency, health, and equity. We have begun the work and remain committed to a sustainable and equitable world. Now more than ever it is important that we examine our programming through each lens of our guiding pillars. The roadmap forward must ensure a more sustainable, resilient, and healthier world for all. Read more about USGBC's commitment to equity.

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Upon registering you'll receive login information for this webinar in the weeks and days leading up to the event.

Support our Mission:

Make a donation to help us raise the living standard in communities everywhere https://www.usgbc.org/give-center/donation

Despite the great uncertainty of the weeks and months ahead, as an organization USGBC must keep moving forward and be the embodiment of resiliency. As the leading voice on green building, we are working every day on behalf of our community of builders, educators and sustainability professionals. The contributions made by our USGBC community over the past 26 years have helped further the green building marketplace and our mission greatly. Your gift will help support what matters most within our buildings: people. Our focus must be on people because the standards we are most committed to raising is that of the quality of life itself—for every member of this community, and in populations spanning every corner of the planet.

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