External Sustainability Educational Resources


  • Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE): AASHE has resources from member institutions on how they've implemented sustainability measures in physical operations and the curriculum. USU faculty, staff, and students with a usu email address can access the members-only resources, including Sustainability-related course materials.
  • Drawdown: This website and book describe, analyze, and order the 100 most substative, existing solutions for climate change.
  • EUSTEPS Sustainability Module: These lessons intend to engage students, regardless of science background, in discussion about human-environmental relationships.
  • Evergreen State: Evergreen hosts list of resources compiled by faculty who have participated in their Curriculum for the bioregion program.
  • Handbook of Sustainability Literacy: University of Brighton provides chapters on sustainabiltiy topics ranging from advertising awareness to permaculture to systems thinking.
  • Skeptical Science: Top climate myths are listed with responses at the basic, intermediate, and advanced levels, including citations.
  • Sustainability Improves Student Learning (SISL): hosted by Science Education Resource Center at Carleton College
    The SISL website provides a beginner's toolkit and resources for integrating sustainability into the classroom.
  • University of Louisville: The university's website features a compilation of links and resources in different areas of sustainability, including food, economy, social justice, transportation, and waste and recycling.
  • Vanderbilt Teaching Sustainability: Vanderbilt provides background, tips, and resources for including sustainability in the clasroom.

Interdisciplinary Faculty Efforts at Other Universities

Greening The College Curriculum