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A network using sustainability education to create a greater Portland, and encouraging collaborative multi-sector partnerships among educators, students, non-profits, political and industry leaders, civic organizations, and community members in Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington Counties, in Oregon, and Clark County, in Washington, to help create a sustainable future through formal, non-formal, and informal education, training, and public awareness campaigns.
The LOCATE Grant Project: The LOCATE Project at Portland Community College develops and delivers technical training for high school and college level instructors in sustainability and high performance technologies, methods and practices. LOCATE is generously funded by the National Science Foundation. Check out Case Studies and Videos for In-Classroom use plus a New Textbook & New Curriculum.
The Piedmont Project emerged as a grassroots effort on the part of a group of faculty to strengthen Emory's engagement with environmental issues and sustainability. At the heart of the project is a curriculum development effort that seeks to foster an invigorated intellectual community to address global issues and local sustainability challenges.