Feverish World

I am writing to share the press release for FEVERISH WORLD 2018-2068: Arts and Sciences of Collective Survival. It will be an interdisciplinary convergence and symposium for people engaged in the arts, sciences, humanities and activism to help prepare us to adapt and even thrive over these next 50 years of climate change. All events will be free of charge. […]

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On-Street Bicycling Workshops and Lock n Learn Event

Hello All, If you missed last weeks event (which we had to reschedule based on weather), here are two more opportunities to hone your bike riding skills and an event to learn about commuting and locking your bike… Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at 12 PM – 1:30 PM Contios Room, City Hall Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/237245673635588/ Want […]

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November 2018 Natural Shoreland Erosion Control Certification Trainings

Good Morning Champlain College Environmental Studies and Policy Department,   We want to spread the word about the Natural Shoreland Erosion Control Certification training sessions that the Vermont DEC is offering this November.  We feel that these full day training events may be of interest to students at Champlain College who are interested in shoreland […]

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Burlington’s Electricity: Renewable by Not Clean by Holly Francis ’20

  Burlington’s Electricity: Renewable but Not Clean What does this Mean for Champlain College? About Burlington’s energy   It is commonly known that Burlington, Vermont has 100% renewable energy, but is it that simple? Through my research, it most definitely is not. Burlington was proud to claim the title of the first US city to […]

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Climate-Friendly Food Service Webinar: A Win – Win for People and Planet 🌍

Sign up NOW for the Climate-Friendly Food Service Webinar! Hi Friends in Foodservice, Please tune in for an exciting and informative webinar hosted by AASHE on Making the Shift to Healthy, Climate-Friendly Foodservice in higher education dining. The webinar is NEXT WEDNESDAY, Oct. 17th at 3:00pm EDT. Register here. Further Details:The webinar will provide information covering broad menu-based strategies–-like blended […]

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United Way Volunteer Connection Listings

 United Way of Northwest Vermont – Volunteer Connection Listings Week of October 16, 2018 By Sue Alenick, United Way Volunteer Columnist LEND A HAND. VOLUNTEER – United Way of Northwest Vermont’s mobile-friendly Volunteer Connection connects you to hundreds of local volunteer needs. Search by age, date, county, interests or causes that are important to you. Stay connected […]

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Congressional Education Day – Nov. 12-13

Empowering diverse voices to set the climate agenda for the next Congress! On November 12-13, Citizens Climate Lobby and Citizens Climate Education will further educate ourselves and then our 535 Members of Congress on the need to pass bipartisan climate legislation in general, and 100% revenue-neutral, border-corrected carbon fee and dividend in particular. Just one […]

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The VPR – Vermont PBS Debates Start Wednesday

VPR and Vermont PBS are collaborating this year to bring you a series of debates ahead of the 2018 general election. The following debates will air on both VPR and Vermont PBS, and will be available after broadcast in the Vermont Edition podcast feed: Wednesday, Oct. 10 — Lieutenant Governor Don Turner Jr. (Republican) David Zuckerman (Progressive/Democrat) Airs […]

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National Climate Seminar: Young Climate Voters and Carbon Pricing – 10/17

Join Bard CEP on October 17th for a conversation with Page Atcheson Matilsky, Executive Director at Our Climate. The topic: Political engagement among young voters and mobilizing in support of carbon pricing and climate change, with a focus on the Carbon Pricing initiative on the ballot in Washington State. Page Atcheson, Executive Director, has been […]

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AASHE bulletin – October 9th edition

October 9, 2018 News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs Submit | Subscribe | Advertise News of the Week U Virginia Convenes ‘Universities Studying Slavery’ Consortium Bringing together over 40 colleges and universities from across the country, the consortium seeks to allow institutions to work together as they examine the role of slavery and racism in their histories and its impacts today. The consortium hosts […]

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