Learning from Real World Experiences in Sustainbility

August 22, 2013

Teachers, students and anyone else interested in sustainability have a new resource to explore the real-world experience of groundbreaking green companies and organizations based in Northeast Ohio.

Thanks to generous support from theMcGregor Fund, Baldwin Wallace University, aleader in sustainability education and practice,has produced a series of case studies on 11 of the region's sustainability pioneers, including Fairmount Minerals, Great Lakes Brewing Company, Sustainable Cleveland 2019 and West Creek Conservancy.

BW sociology professor Jill Stephens Fleisheredited the collection, which was authored by BW faculty from a variety of disciplines including sociology, political science, biology, philosophy, health and physical education, and business.

You can access all of the case studies through an open-source webpage at http://www.bw.edu/academics/sustainability/neo-case-studies