Category Archives: Business

Better Business: How the B Corp Movement is Remaking Capitalism – Oct. 16

There is an upcoming FREE talk with the author of the Better Business, B Corp Book, on Friday. Find more details or sign up here. About this Event Please join the International Humanistic Management Association (IHMA) for a Necessary Conversation with Christopher Marquis (Cornell University) about the important role of business in guiding us toward better, […]

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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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Shelburne Farms’ upcoming opportunities for educators!

January 2019 This year, I hope you’ll give yourself the gift of learning and join us for a professional program. Whether you come for a short course, a summer institute, or a year-long experience, our programs are designed to: Help you educate for a healthy and just future; Support you in cultivating a sense of […]

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Fletcher Free Library News in January

 WELCOME NEW LIBRARY STAFF!  Kate Belluche is a former elementary school teacher and environmental educator.  When Kate isn’t matching kids with books, creating fun displays and activities, and developing and promoting exciting new library programs, she can be found wrangling her own teen boys and two fur babies, cooking, dreaming of unicorns and planning adventures. Maxamed […]

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Music for Malayaka: Benefit Concert – February 7

Join us for an evening of exquisite music, food, and raising money for the annual service trip to Uganda. Thursday, February 7th, 7pm, CCM Gallery Lounge The evening’s concert will include works by: Mozart, Dvorak, Shostakovitch and the Danish String Quartet. Feature location musicians including: Jane Kittredge, Brooke Quiggins-Saulnier, Letitia Qaunte on violins, Ana Ruesink […]

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CSWD launches grant program to fund innovations in recycling

This could be a great opportunity for an entrepreneurial Champlain student/team! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Williston, VT —   The Chittenden Solid Waste District (CSWD) is launching a new grant program to help create or improve markets for hard-to-recycle products and packaging from Chittenden County. The Recycling Market Development Grant Program will invest up to a total of $30,000 into projects […]

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Registration for Renewable Energy Vermont 2017 Conference & Expo Now Open

Friend, It’s our favorite time of year again! Registration for the 17th Annual Renewable Energy Vermont Conference in now open and this year there are some awesome additional options outside the usual REV conference experience. Early bird registration rates end August 18th, so make sure to register soon!  This Year’s Theme: Renewables for All For more […]

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Sustainable Tourism with the Vermont Council on World Affairs – June 8

Megan Epler Wood, author and director of Harvard University’s International Sustainable Tourism Initiative will be presenting her book, Sustainable Tourism on a Finite Planet on Thursday, June 8th, 7pm at the University of Vermont.  This talk is free and open to the public to attend. Those who are interested may RSVP on Eventbrite!

Summer Jobs in Environmental Advocacy

Summer Jobs for Change in Burlington! Ever wish you could get paid to travel Vermont, bike around some of the most scenic parts of the state, and camp with friends, all while making an impact on the future of important environmental issues? If you answered yes, VPIRG has the job for you. The Vermont Public […]

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Paid Summer Internship Program – Summer Service Scholars (NY)

Summer Service Scholars (SSS) is an academic internship program in New York’s State Capital through the Siena College Center for Academic Community Engagement. Accepted Summer Service Scholars spend 9 weeks with a nonprofit community partner in the Capital Region, working on projects that build capacity within the organization. SSS provides participants with engaging and valuable […]

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