Author Archives: S.C. Intern

AASHE Bulletin – March 30th edition

March 30, 2022News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | JobsSubmit | AdvertiseNews of the WeekStanford U Produces 100% Renewable EnergyA 63-megawatt solar photovoltaic plant came online in March, along with a 200-megawatt battery energy storage system, that enables the university to produce more renewable energy than it uses. Excess energy generated goes onto the California electric grid.More Energy NewsEnergy ResourcesEngagementU Virginia Commemorates On-Campus Burial […]

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VTIPL March 2022 Newsletter – Register Now for Our Spring Conference!

Photo courtesy Donna C. RobertsGreen Mountains, Blue Water NewsLimits to Growth: Finding Pathways to a Sustainable Future – Register Now for VTIPL Spring Conference – April 24, Norwich, VTVTIPL Virtual Screening of Film, Youth v. Gov, with Youth Panel – April 14Bill McKibben: This is How We Defeat Putin & Other Petrostate AutocratsIPCC 6th Assessment Report – Extent […]

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Climate Changing Gardening Virtual Panel Discussions

Vermont Garden Network presents a virtual panel discussion on the impacts of climate change on gardening (and gardeners) through a food security lens.  PART 1: How food secure are we? How do we grow food in a changing climate, improve food systems, address equity gaps and be better prepared to feed ourselves and our neighbors? […]

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BTV Conservation News Late Winter/Early Spring 2022

BTV Conservation NewsWinter/Spring 2022 / Issue No. 21Vermont Master Naturalists do squats to warm up on a chilly winter tree walk at Ethan Allen Homestead in February.Photo by Deena FrankelAs we begin to prepare for spring, we offer some reflective opportunities of the beautiful winter we have been experiencing. Winter in Burlington invites all of […]

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VBSR 32nd Annual Conference: Rising Together! – May 11

Early bird registration is now open for the 32nd Annual VBSR Conference! Join us May 11th to explore how businesses are shaping the future by embracing The New Workforce, Humanity and Belonging, and The Purpose Economy. Attendees will emerge inspired, connected with forward-thinking leaders, and replenished with resources and concrete action steps to drive change.Learn more at https://www.vbsrconference.org/ REGISTER NOW Thank […]

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Social Impact Scholars present: “Mission: Joy: Finding Happiness in Troubled Times” – April 13th

Join the Social Impact Scholars for a screening and discussion of “Mission: Joy: Finding Happiness in Troubled Times “Wednesday, April 13th, 3-5pm, Alumni Auditorium “Deeply moving and laugh-out-loud funny, His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu share science-backed wisdom of how to live with joy in troubled times.” https://missionjoy.org/  **************************************************************************************************************Christina Erickson, Ph.D. (she/her)Director […]

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VOICES, VISIONARIES-FREE conference – April 7

The Social Work Program AND The SWK Honor Society is pleased to co-host this simulcast amazing Howard Center Annual Conference opportunity. The speakers are excellent, and represent expertise in many disciplines. FREE! NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED!!!!! Plesae share with your students. If you’d like attendance kept, just say the word. Students are welcome to pop in and out throughout the day. 9-4. Freeman […]

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Upcoming Clean Water Lecture, 3/31

CLEAN WATER LECTURE SERIES NEXT LECTURE: CLEAN WATER FUNDED PROJECTS FROM START TO FINISHThursday, March 31st, 2022, 12:00 – 12:45 pmOnline via Microsoft TeamsJoin watershed planner Karen Bates for the next Clean Water Lecture on March 31st, 2022. The presentation will cover how clean water projects are successfully implemented—from identifying a problem, to constructing a solution […]

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 Your March Digest from CSWD

March 2022It’s spring!I am so excited to see the sun and the buds starting to form on my trees. And believe it or not, I’m also excited to start thinking about cleaning up my home – inside and out! If like me, you’re itching to spring clean, you probably have a LOT of questions about what to […]

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