As a leader in higher education, you can inspire your campus to chart a new course on climate.


Success Stories

Solution Generation has brought together leaders from across the country to tell their stories about how they took steps to integrate climate leadership on their campuses and in their communities. These stories will inspire you and spark ideas for how to get your own stakeholders involved in climate solutions.

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Our council of higher education leaders is proud to welcome new leaders to join Solution Generation. Together, we can build the mainstream public support needed to make our nation a leader in climate solutions.   > Learn More
Through the SEED Center, Dr. Anderson influences increases in sustainability and clean technology education at community colleges, empowering students to use the campus as a living lab for climate solutions.   > Learn More
The Green Team at Harvard Graduate School of Education
Heather Henriksen, and her team, harness Harvard's leadership, student creativity, and employee heroes to bring climate change leadership onto campus and into coursework and community collaborations.   > Learn More
Dr. Throop brought faculty and students together, and infused climate change through coursework and goals, to lead GMC to be the first college in the nation to achieve climate neutrality.   > Learn More
Dr. Jerry Weber’s vision and dedication to climate solutions has engaged his students and community members. He and his colleagues have connected through issues that people care deeply about such as gainful employment.   > Learn More
As founder of Second Nature and key driver of the ACUPCC, Dr. Anthony Cortese’s work has been instrumental in establishing climate issues as a major priority for colleges and universities today.   > Learn More
Peter Bardaglio and the TCCPI enable campus and community collaboration for climate solutions. They demonstrate that job creation, energy security, resilient communities, and climate stewardship are not mutually exclusive.   > Learn More