These Links provided below will help put you on the path of gaining specific knowledge in the area of sustainability:

  • Office of Sustainability:  Located here in San Antonio, is designated to be a lead facilitator in the City’s efforts toward incorporating sustainable practices within City operations and at the community level. The office spearheads multiple programs in support of the City’s sustainability vision, Mission Verde.
  • CPS Energy Savers:  CPS Energy has several smart, easy ways to help you save money and become more energy efficient. Our do-it-yourself check-up and professional energy evaluations can help you improve your home’s comfort and performance.
  • Promoting LEED Certification and Green Building Technologies:  Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is basically a third-party certification program. It is a nationally accepted organization for design, operation and construction of high performance green buildings. This ensures the buildings are environmentally compatible, provide a healthy work environment and are profitable.
  • Solar Energy International:  For 21 years, Solar Energy International has been dedicated to hands-on labs, online solar photovoltaic training, and renewable energy education. SEI also works with grassroots and development organizations to promote sustainability and improve quality of life worldwide through viable outreach programs.
  • The Sustainability Education and Economic Development (SEED) Center :  A free intiative of the american association of community colleges and EcoAmerica, The (SEED) Center aims to advance sustainability and green workforce development practices at community colleges by sharing innovative models and resources and building the capacity of college adminstrators, faculty, and staff to contribute as leaders.


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