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Solution Generation is honored to have the support of a number of partners as part of its national council. These partners have contributed their expertise, ideas, resources and time to broaden climate engagement on campuses across the country. Below you can find information on each of these partners, as well as links to their websites where you can learn more about their work.

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Net Impact

As a leading nonprofit, Net Impact empowers a new generation to use their careers to drive transformational change in the workplace and the world. 500,000 students and professional leaders from over 300 volunteer-led chapters work together to achieve a sustainable future.

Clark Atlanta University

Established in 1988, CAU resulted from the consolidation of two independent historically black institutions and is a United Methodist Church-related, private university. Clark Atlanta signed the Presidents’ Climate Commitment in 2010 and belongs to the American Association for Sustainability in Higher Education.

American Association of State Colleges and Universities

AASCU is a Washington-based, higher education association of nearly 420 public institutions. The association supports underserved student populations and dedicates time to research and creativity in order to advance economic progress and cultural development.

Millersville University

Recognized as a Green College by both the Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium and The Princeton Review, Millersville University is a highly regarded public institution located in Lancaster, PA. The university’s Center for Sustainability contributes to Millersville’s four-part program to inspire civic and community engagement.

Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education

By creating a community focused on sharing ideas and practices, AASHE provides administrators, faculty, staff, and students with essential resources, outstanding opportunities for professional development, and a unique framework for demonstrating the value and competitive edge created by sustainability initiatives.

Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities

The ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, founded in 1899, serves as the collective voice of U.S. Catholic higher education. Through programs and services, the Association strengthens and promotes the Catholic identity and mission of its member institutions so that all associated with Catholic higher education can contribute to the greater good of the world and the Church.

American Association of Community Colleges

Founded in 1920, the AACC represents nearly 1,200 two-year, associate-degree-granting institutions and more than 13 million students. Additionally, the AACC is a member of six presidentially based organizations and works with a wide range of entities to influence federal policy and collaborate on issues of common interest.

American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment

The ACUPCC is a high-visibility effort to address global climate disruption undertaken by a network of colleges and universities committed to eliminating net greenhouse gas emissions from campus operations. Additionally, the organization promotes the research and educational efforts of higher education to equip society to accelerate progress towards climate neutrality.

Ball State University

An innovative institution in Indiana, Ball State University is considered one of the “best in the Midwest” universities by The Princeton Review. It offers immersive learning programs that incorporate research projects with community partners into the curriculum. Currently, the university is creating the nation’s largest ground-source, closed-loop district geothermal energy system, which will benefit both the economy and the environment when completed.

College of Lake County

College of Lake County is a comprehensive community college that, through campus-focused projects and statewide collaborations, achieves energy cost savings and teaches sustainability-related job skills. The college is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and belongs to the North Central Association.