CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS – NATIONS UNITED 2020!

Calling all singers, artists, dancers, and film enthusiasts from all over the world! The Office of International Student Services needs YOU! As the kick off to International Education Week 2020 (or, IEW 2020), the Office of International Student Services will present its 5th Annual Nations United on Saturday, November 7, 2020. All skill levels, all Champlain College students, […]

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The Power of Nonviolent Direct Action: Using Civil Resistance to fight Oppression – Sept. 23

Check out the following events from the Antioch and AESS Environmental Advocacy Series: The Power of Nonviolent Direct Action: Using Civil Resistance to fight Oppression September 23rd, 2020, 12:00-1:00 PM ET Register NowDominique Thomas,  NY and Mid-Atlantic Regional Organizer for 350.org In this webinar, participants will explore the history of nonviolent directaction (NVDA) through civil resistance […]

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A Clemmons Family Farm Invitation

Join us on Zoom to explore the power of the creative spoken and written word to pull us out of isolation, heal, and build community. About this Event ALONE TOGETHER WITH WORDS THAT HEAL n these historic times, COVID19, police brutality, racism and civil unrest may increase our feelings of stress and loneliness. Join us […]

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Webinar on Implementing Zero Waste on Campuses and in Businesses, 9/24/20

Implementing Zero Waste on Campuses and in Businesses Webinar September 24, 9 -11 am PDT / 12 -2 pm EDT Adopting a formal Zero Waste goal and action plan is a watershed moment for a large organization’s waste reduction program. They mark the point where a university, corporate or other type of large institution sets […]

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Solid Waste Design Competition. Deadline: October 5

Just sharing that applications are still open for the next International Solid Waste Design Competition (SWDC)! This will be the first virtual event with live presentations the week of March 15, 2021. This year’s project will challenge each team on “Solutions for Closing the Bakoteh Dumpsite and Supporting Changes to Modern Solid Waste Management in Kanifing, The […]

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local, statewide, and national opportunities from the Peace & Justice Center

From anti-racism at the Putney Select Board to water protection in Serrano territory, aka, the San Bernardino National Forest of California, so much needs to be done. We are grateful to do it together. -Rachel Siegel, Executive Director Click here to for the quarterly Peace & Justice Center Newsletter September 15, 2020 Views expressed by entities […]

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VT Interfaith Power & Light Sept. Newsletter

Green Mountains, Blue Water Earth Care News September 2020 VTIPL Launches Climate Justice SeriesBe a Faith Climate Justice Voter ▪ Faith Climate Justice Voter Campaign – Make Your Plan to Vote▪ Climate Change, Our Faith Values, and 2020. Monday, Sept. 14▪ Be a Climate Justice Voter. Thursday, Sept. 17▪ VT Global Warming Solutions Act Passes […]

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Harvard Business School Climate Week Event

Building a Just and Climate-Ready Economy in a Post-COVID World Join us for a conversation in honor of Climate Week with Daniel P. Schrag, Sturgis Hooper Professor of Geology, Harvard University, who will address The Science and Forecasting of Climate Change and Rebecca Henderson, John and Natty McArthur University Professor, who will address the Business […]

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Pick & Design Your Own Market Bouquet, ShiftMeals Webinar Series, and Outdoor Yoga!

A Force To Be Reckoned With Part 1: COVID-19 and Vermont’s Changing Food System Thursday, September 10, 2020 – 12:00pm to 1:00pmOnline Webinar Vermont’s food system is critical to our economy, state identity, and quality of life, with over 64,000 Vermonters employed by farms and food related businesses. The arrival of COVID-19 rattled the food […]

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