Accelerate the energy transformation by providing a community platform for easily sharing innovative information with an ever-growing solar citizen movement dedicated to individual and group actions that help shape renewable energy and sustainable living policies and actions.
Expand the sustainability professional and volunteer workforce through educational opportunities and mentoring activities.
Other Contributors (we will list your name with your permission)
Topics We Consider
Energy – Environmental and Socio-economic Interrelationships and impacts: Climate change, air-water-soil quality, social and economic justice, circular economy, energy security, climate and war refugees
Technology Issues: recycling renewables, cradle to cradle business practices, land and water use concerns and solutions
Sustainable living – renewable energy actions at all levels (personal, community, region, statewide, national, international): consumer choices, political activism, investment decisions, pathways to 100% renewable energy world
How We Communicate with the World
Sustainability Division Offerings: Success Story Board (members can share their stories by emailing them to division leader(s) who will review and post, and consider them for articles, webinars, or conference presentations); Sustainability Tweets (leaders will initiate and grow these short alerts in creative language to inspire retweeting)
ASES communication channels: Solar@Work e-newsletter, Solar Today magazine, webinars, Division forum platform, conference contributions (Spirit and Sustainability Forum, Special Sessions on Sustainability Topics)
How We Build Our Division Community
JOIN the Division (no charge for Business, Life, Professional or Student members)
RESPOND to “Calls for Action”
MEET with division members and share ideas on Division calls
JOIN Division Meetups at Conferences
CONTRIBUTE to Sustainability Division forums
Upcoming Sustainability Division Opportunities
SOLAR 20/20 Conference – Spirit and Sustainability Forum – Send suggestions for topics and format today
SOLAR 20/20 Conference: “Stronger Together” Town Hall, Solar Citizens’ Action Day, and Spirit and Sustainability Forum
Tiny Watts – Help ASES expand this program’s outreach to all Solar Citizens
Solar for Renters – Work with other Division members to create online resources for non-homeowners. These resources are related to, but broader than those provided in Tiny Watts.
The Land Art Generator provides a platform for artists, architects, landscape architects, and other creatives working with engineers and scientists to bring forward solutions for sustainable energy infrastructures that enhance the city as works of public art.