Author Archives: S.C. Intern

Climate and Racial Justice in 2020 and Beyond – Harvard Student Climate Conference Presents: Climate and Racial Justice in 2020 and beyond – Nov. 21

We wanted to share an upcoming event that might be of interest. You need to have an email address that ends in “.edu” to register for the event. The Harvard Student Climate Conference presents: Climate and Racial Justice in 2020 and beyond. This critical conversation on climate and racial justice will feature two leaders in […]

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Fair Trade Campaigns November Newsletter – highlighting Holly Francis ’20 Env. Studies & Policy

This year has been an absolute whirlwind! We hope that you and your families are staying healthy and feeling a little extra joy with the holidays right around the corner.  With the holidays also comes a hyper focus on food. That’s why this month for Fair Fall we are putting our focus on food justice. Read on to […]

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The Election & Upcoming Opportunities | Second Nature

A Message From Second Nature President Tim Carter With the election of President-Elect Joe Biden, here’s what we know: During their campaign, the Biden-Harris ticket made climate change one of their top focus areas and that remains true as they begin the transition. Their plan includes having the United States rejoin the Paris Agreement, as well as transitioning […]

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ecoNEWS VT Fall 2020 Newsletter

ecoNEWS VT – Fall 2020 Highlighting the latest findings in ecological research and monitoring from across Vermont Autumn is here! In this season’s newsletter we highlight research on the growth of red oak in the Northeast, how biodiverse land and ecosystem services can be protected together, and how hunters would feel if wolves were to […]

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Developing a Sense of Place During Distance Learning Webinar – 11/17

I would like to draw your attention to an upcoming and timely webinar with the NAGT webinar series.  Developing a Sense of Place During Distance Learning Date: Tuesday, November 17, 2020 Time: 1:00pm PT | 2:00pm MT | 3:00pm CT | 4:00pm ET Registration deadline: Sunday, November 15, 2020 Webinar DescriptionSense of place helps students contextualize […]

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Burlington Progressive Party mayoral candidate debates and caucus

Burlington Progressives just announced their process for nominating a candidate for Mayor of Burlington and I would like to invite you to participate in the nomination process! Over the next few weeks we will host a series of candidate forums focused on issues impacting our city. Then, on December 1st, we will hold our nominating […]

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Upcoming Activities at Rokeby Museum

Upcoming Activities at Rokeby Museum YOU’RE INVITED Holiday Open House Saturday, December 5th: 10:00 am–4 pm Free Entry to Museum.  Great deals in the Museum Shop. A limited number of Rokeby-sourced Holiday door swags and wreaths for sale! Find a gift for everyone on your list and Support Rokeby Museum! New Hours through December 6th From October 31st to December […]

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United Way – 2020 Holiday Giving & Volunteer Guide

Attached above is a guide of some holiday wish lists and volunteer opportunities for you to share with colleagues, friends, family, etc.  As there are limited volunteer opportunities, they will fill up quickly. Please let me know if you have any questions or if I can help in any way. Best,Megan Megan Bridges (she/her/hers)Community Impact […]

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New job openings at Citizens’ Climate Lobby

New job openings at Citizens’ Climate Lobby: Front End Developer/IT SpecialistCloses on Nov 17 Conservative Outreach CoordinatorCloses on Nov 25 Donor Relations OfficerCloses on Dec 1 Diversity and Inclusion Program CoordinatorCloses Dec. 7 About Citizens’ Climate Education: Citizens’ Climate Education (CCE) and Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) are non-partisan, grassroots advocacy organizations that build political will […]

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Six ways you can work on climate action

Dear Faculty, Staff, Students and Community, Check out the information below to help support clean energy climate solutions, sustainability in economic recovery, and  a more sustainable future! Thank you for sharing and using these opportunities. 1. Post-election civic engagement Now more than ever it is important to be engaged in our communities to create the […]

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