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Sustainability Across the Curriculum: Home

A resource for instructors at Heritage University for integrating sustainability concepts into their course content.

Welcome

Welcome! This guide is meant to help instructors incorporate sustainability resources into their curriculum. You can find discussion of sustainability concepts and important topics here, as well as examples of how other instructors have incorporated these ideas into their curriculums.

Browse around. You can find everything we have to offer by clicking the tabs above.

A Word About Copyright

Some of the resources on this guide are examples taken from other instructor's course content. These are meant to inspire you to consider ways you might include sustainability concepts into your own course material. These materials belong to their original authors and are not intended to be copied and used as course material.

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Sustainability Across the Curriculum

Sustainability is about more than just environmental protection. Sustainability touches on many topics that relate to humans and our interaction with the planet we live on.

These include, but are not limited to:

  • Social Justice
  • Sustainable Social and Economic Policy
  • Interconnectedness of Human Communities
  • Diversity and Multiculturalism
  • Intergenerational thinking

And many more.

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