We inspire young people to take part in environmental stewardship through academics and engagement with the forests, lakes, and wildlife of Lowenwood.
In our 26th year, RENEW Wisconsin continues to advance renewable energy policies for Wisconsin through advocacy, education, and collaborative initiatives.
We are a climate change action group focused on environmental and social justice. Our approach to solving these issues is by educating and empowering students, reaching out to community members, and getting out on the scene!
Central Community College in Hastings, Nebraska will be offering a new certificate and technical program in Energy Technology with certificates in wind, solar, and will incorporate battery storage courses in August 2019!
The Cook County Local Energy Project (CCLEP, “see-klep”) was formed in April 2008 as a citizens group to coordinate a local response to the worldwide transition away from fossil fuel-based energy sources.
Our company continually educates customers on basic septic system maintenance and how to avoid costly repairs and potentially unsafe septic failures.
For 14 years, D$W has taught $mart fuel efficient driving techniques to general public and corporate drivers with a 10-30% improvement in fuel efficiency and safety. D$W also promotes green transportation such as HEV/PHEV/EV vehicles.
The Ecology Action Center provides environmental education, resources, and a wide range of services for central Illinois including solid waste planning and outreach, energy audits, clean water initiatives, and greenhouse gas inventorying.
Escuela Verde cultivates a community that is participatory, just, sustainable, and peaceful. We are a public charter school that admits students who strive in our project-based learning environment.
Our mission is to provide relevant technical education and training to support student goals, a skilled workforce, and the economic vitality of our communities. Our vision is to be a catalyst in engaging partners to bring innovative educational solutions to individuals, employers, and communities – transforming challenges into opportunities
Indian Hills Community College changes lives by inspiring learning, diversity, social enrichment, and regional economic advancement.
The Linda and Gene Farley Center for Peace, Justice, and Sustainability is dedicated to socially progressive change, community partnership, sustainability, and ecological justice.
Madison College is a national leader having offered coursework and academic certificates in renewable energy for over 15 years. The college’s Center for Renewable Energy Advanced Technological Education (CREATE) is funded by the National Science Foundation to advance the field of renewable energy by supporting two-year college renewable energy programs nationwide. Madison College is currently constructing a 1.4 MW solar photovoltaic system that will be the largest rooftop solar installation in the State of Wisconsin.
Midwest Permaculture provides permaculture design services, teaches immersive permaculture design courses, and leads workshops and training courses in an effort to leave the planet in better condition than we found it.
Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Cross serve as parish leaders, educators, health caregivers, campus ministers, artists, minority and environmental advocates, social workers, literacy counselors, retreat directors, missionaries, and administrators. We actively engage in improving the spiritual and material condition of those with needs.
The Social Innovation and Sustainability Leadership Graduate Program uses a project-based curriculum that leads to innovative solutions to social and ecological challenges. Participants gain leadership skills to transform communities.
TRCCS is working out of the core principals of Public Waldorf and environmental education and offers collaborative, non-competitive, hands-on learning opportunities for students in grades PK through 8th grade on-site or virtually.
University of Wisconsin Sustainable Management online programs prepare students with the knowledge needed to tackle an economy where balancing the triple bottom line of people, planet, and profit is critical to a company’s success.
UW- Madison Extension provides education programs statewide in agriculture, meeting community challenges, protecting natural resources, strengthening families, and supporting youth. Sherrie Gruder, 608-262-0398, http://energyonwi.uwex.edu
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