In the same vein as the higher education articles of interest posting, we offer here a few sustainability-in-higher-ed articles of note for this week. Regular NAS readers know that we have been tracking the campus sustainability movement and its implications for the future of higher education for the past several years. Based on this research, our sense is that sustainability is a concept that sells stewardship of the earth but in fact distorts education, subverts individual liberties, and undermines Western civilization as embodied by the Judeo-Christian tradition, the family, and freedom of choice.
Here are some articles that show how sustainability plays out on campus today:
UF Asks Gators to Mark 40 Days of Change to Commemorate Earth Day, UF Sustainability
Hands-On Learning Fuels Sustainability Class, Shane Arman, UW Oshkosh Today
Students at the
Maine Students Gather for Sustainability Institute Led By Bowdoin Students, Bowdoin Campus News
Students held sustainability training sessions at