Category Archives: Business

See Change Sessions by Hula – March 24-25

Check out this exciting, virtual summit Hula is producing around the intersection of entrepreneurship, climate action, and winter mountain sports – See Change Sessions. The Hula team has lined up some incredible industry leaders to present, including Yvon Chouinard of Patagonia, Kate Williams of 1% For the Planet, Danny Davis, and reps from B Lab, Bank Of The West, Beta […]

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Sustainability Internship Opportunity Spring & Summer

My name is Ingrid and I am a Cornell student and Campus Ambassador for Voiz, a sustainability start-up. We are currently looking for inquisitive, smart, and caring students from Champlain College interested in helping Voiz implement sustainability in the equation of everyday consumerism through our internship program. Please refer students from your community to the voizreviews.com website […]

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Vital Communities series on local investing

“Put Your Money Where Your Life Is”: Reclaiming Our Local Economy Event series focuses on local investment as a tool for rebuilding our region’s economy “When the pandemic recedes, we all will be called upon to take extraordinary steps to revive the local businesses that serve as the foundation of our communities. One critically important […]

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Sustainability Internships at Casella

Casella’s sustainability interns support the company’s efforts to tangibly improve its environmental and social impacts. The company actively strives to create a mutually rewarding and fruitful internship experience, wherein students gain valuable skills, contacts, and experiences and Casella gains useful deliverables with clear business value. Networking and learning. All interns complete a broad set of […]

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Vermont Green Building Network Board Opportunity for Student

Getting Involved with Vermont Green Building Network (VGBN) Are you interested in helping an organization that is committed to advancing the environmental, economic, community, and health benefits of green design, construction and building operation practices? We’re pleased to announce that we are expanding the Vermont Green Building Network (VGBN) Board of Directors. The ideal candidate is committed […]

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Towards Aware and No-Harm Investing with Marco Vangelisti – December 10th

Slow Money Vermont, a Task Force of the Farm to Plate Network, presents “Towards Aware and No-Harm Investing with Marco Vangelisti” on December 10th from 4pm-7pm.  In this online workshop, Marco Vangelisti will help you gain an understanding of the importance of moving towards aware and no-harm investing, and the options and tools available to do […]

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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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