The Consortium for Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability (CESAS) is a network of partner organizations choosing to work collaboratively to advance sustainability and sustainable development. This Consortium brings together cooperative groups focused on sustainability that integrate and connect multidisciplinary research and education efforts in the areas of science, engineering, economics, humanities, and social science. Since sustainable development requires appropriate consideration of both present and future needs, the foundation is the concept of a “Triple Bottom Line” where economic, social, and environmental values are all vital to decision making.
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July 24, 2014, Addressing Climate Change through Community Engagement and Behavior Change. Free Webinar. David Gershon, co-founder and CEO of Empowerment Institute. More
July 31, 2014 - Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) research poster session. 9 a.m. to noon, Ballroom, K-State Student Union. More
May 30 - Aug.1, 2014 Sustainability Seminar (CHE 670) More
Do you have an upcoming sustainability-related conference or workshop you think should be here? Tell us!
Every summer the Consortium for Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability (CESAS) and its consortium partners host a Dialog on Sustainability to disseminate information on current sustainability related activities, groups and resources; and to explore opportunities for further collaboration and future funding. Activities include invited speakers, panel discussions, small group dialogs, posters, exhibits and more. Recent titles have included:
Finding an optimal Path to a Sustainable World
Creating Sustainable Communities
Green Jobs— Finding the Right Path Forward
Sustainability Aspects of Brownfields Redevelopment
Sustainability means many things to many people. It commonly involves meeting mutually beneficial economic, social and environmental goals, over long periods of time.
Sustainability becomes more and more important in all aspects of redevelopment. The TAB (Technical Assistance to Brownfields communities) program at Kansas State University is assisting communities with revitalization of brownfield sites and can also assist with aspects of sustainable redevelopment.
If your community is interested in a work session to assess needs, refine goals, or obtain general information on topics listed below, please contact us:
Blase Leven, TAB Coordinator, email@example.com, 785-532-0780
The Center for Hazardous Substance Research (CHSR) provides educational programs on sustainability, participates in related research at Kansas State University, and is home to the Consortium for Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability (CESAS). The purpose is to provide reliable information to all types of people and organizations to promote informed, sustainable intentions and actions.