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Webinars, Documentaries, & Professional Development Opportunities Expanded

By March 24, 2020September 14th, 2020No Comments

To support faculty, staff, and students during this time, we have updated our online resources. 


We now feature online events and webinars, instead of in-person events.  If you know of any upcoming sustainability-related webinars you think others would be interested in, please email them to


Please join us for the Solve Climate by 2030: National Power Dialog, in support of the Solve Climate by 2030 project. In an effort to inject optimism and spur action in conversations about solving the climate change challenge, on April 7th, 2020 all 50 states will participate in this nationally-coordinated event. This event will consist of a nationwide webinar followed by a state-based webinar focusing on specific solutions for Alabama. There will be an opportunity to submit comments and questions. Please join us:

Tuesday, April 7th

6:00 – 7:30 PM

We are co-sponsoring this event with the Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities. The webinar will be recorded and shared on our website, but please register to participate and to receive the recording directly.


Visit our Working @ AU page and find:

  • Professional development courses,
  • Educational resources,
  • Documentaries to incorporate into your courses,
  • TED and other short talks
  • Dr. Katharine Hayhoe’s presentation at Auburn, “Faith, Climate Change, and Our Culture in the US,” complete with transcription and sign interpretation.

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