The STARS Steering Committee has approved a Vision for STARS 3.0. This vision is intended to guide the development of the new version, with the process expected to take at least two years. Later in the process, a complete draft version of STARS 3.0 will be circulated for public comment.
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We are now accepting applications for the STARS Steering Committee and the AASHE Advisory Council (whose members serves as subject matter experts for STARS). Learn more about STARS governance. Since the approval of AASHE’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion policy in 2018, the organization has continued to address the need to increase diversity and inclusion, and emphasize the […]
Now that STARS 2.2 is out, we are starting to think about the next major revision – STARS 3.0! To kick off and help guide that process, the STARS Steering Committee has approved a draft Vision for STARS 3.0 for public feedback. Let us know what you think in the STARS Community or by emailing […]
A list of STARS Reports that have been shared with Sierra magazine to inform its 2019 Cool Schools rankings is available here. These institutions will also be considered for inclusion in AASHE’s 2019 Sustainable Campus Index (along with other rated institutions that have not opted to share data with Sierra). If your institution is not listed […]
AASHE is pleased to announce the launch of the STARS Community in AASHE Connect, the online platform for higher education sustainability leaders to connect, communicate and collaborate with peers. This new community is the perfect place to ask questions, brainstorm ideas, and share resources with other STARS participants. To join the discussion, log into the […]
The STARS website was redesigned to make it easier for institutions to learn about STARS, get support during the reporting process and more.
Since 2012, AASHE has collaborated with Sierra and The Princeton Review to allow colleges and universities in the U.S. and Canada to use the STARS Reporting Tool to share their sustainability data for potential inclusion in Sierra‘s Cool Schools ranking and The Princeton Review’s Guide to Green Colleges. The deadline for inclusion in both rankings, […]
President’s Sustainability Commission, Co-Chair, Tonie Miaymoto talks about how they were the first college in the world to achieve the Platinum STARS Rating and more.
The Sustainable Campus Index highlights the most sustainable colleges and universities in 17 impact areas and overall by institution type, as measured by the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS).