Originally hosted on Tuesday, April 23rd, “Implementation Strategies for Green Revolving Funds” covered valuable insights on implementing GRFs from administrators and research and consulting organizations. The webinar offered an overview of a new publication by SEI and AASHE — Green Revolving Funds: An Introductory Guide to Implementation and Management — and a road map and tips on starting and managing such funds, with examples from Agnes Scott College and the University of New Hampshire. AASHE and SEI have made a recording of this webinar and the PPT slides available to the public, available here.
The Billion Dollar Green Challenge is transforming energy efficiency upgrades from perceived expenses to high-return investment opportunities. Learn More »
On April 17, the Sustainable Endowments Institute will host the second Financing the Future of Energy Efficiency Summit. This year, the conference will be held at the University of San Diego and Rip Rapson, the president of the Kresge Foundation, will deliver the keynote address. The summit is co-hosted by Elizabeth Kiss, the President of Agnes Scott College, and Mitch Thomashow, the Director of Second Nature’s Presidential Fellows Program. Its theme is transforming energy efficiency upgrades from expenses to high-return investments, focusing on how colleges and universities play pivotal roles in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Learn more here.
Greening the Bottom Line 2012
Results of the second survey ever conducted about green revolving funds with data from 75 colleges and 79 funds.