Sustainability in Science and Technology Museums

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Project overview

Sustainability in Science and Technology Museums supports museums in their efforts to expand their sustainability programming through content-rich trainings, public engagement materials, and other resources. All NISE Network partner organizations are invited to participate in the project, which includes professional development opportunities, public engagement materials, and resources. 

Sustainabilty activity courtesy ASU

Sustainability Fellowships

Sustainability Fellowships introduce informal educators to sustainability science and practices and provide resources and support for Fellows to initiate or strengthen a sustainability project at their institution. More information is available at:

Sustainability Fellowship applications were due July 1, 2019. All fellowships have been awarded for 2019-2020.

    Sustainable Futures

    Coming in 2020! A collection of new public programs exploring sustainable futures. 

    SustainABLE digital kit (2016)

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    ​The digital SustainABLE kit of activities and materials is available as a free download:

    The kit includes:

    • Hands-on activities to engage the public in learning about sustainability
    • Professional development and collaboration materials for informal educators

    About the project


    The Rob and Melani Walton Sustainability in Science and Technology Museums program is supported through funding from the Rob and Melani Walton Foundation.