Call for support with curriculum development on green building methods

Good Earth Global & Engineering for Change are working together to develop a curriculum for an undergraduate engineering course in green building methods. This curriculum will introduce basic sustainable development and engineering concepts, and deep-dive into five sustainable building technologies and building methods. The course will include practical fieldwork and “labs” , allowing students to gain hands-on experience by building simple structures, as well as multimedia learning modalities.
Once complete this curriculum will be piloted in Engineering universities in Nepal, with the objective of scaling globally. A working draft of the curriculum is available here.
If you are an expert in this field and wish to contribute to the creation of this curriculum please note your interest or submit your ideas below.
Thanks so much for your support!

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  • Rob Goodier
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