Category Archives: Courses, Webinars & Conferences

Racial Equity & Social Justice thread at AASHE’s online conference (Oct 20-22)

About the Conference | Sponsor | Become a Host Institution | Register Now Our August Racial Equity, Social Justice and Sustainability Discussion Series may have concluded, but that doesn’t mean the conversation ends there! Discover one of the eight newly introduced tracks as part of the Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education (GCSHE). The Racial Equity & Social Justice […]

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AASHE Bulletin – August 25th edition

News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs | Submit| Advertise News of the Week Portland State U Police Discontinue Carrying Firearms In an effort to reimagine how best to address the continuum of safety on its campus, the university’s Campus Public Safety Office recently decided to patrol campus without carrying firearms beginning this fall. Additionally, the […]

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The 9th Annual Campus RainWorks Challenge

Join us next week for a free webcast: EPA’s 9th Annual Campus RainWorks Challenge Thursday, September 3, 2020 1:00 – 2:30 PM, EDT Register at https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2318342666336601359 EPA is pleased to launch its 9th annual Campus RainWorks Challenge, a green infrastructure design competition for American colleges and universities that seeks to engage with the next generation of environmental professionals, […]

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Earth Charter International News August 2020 // Noticias Carta de la Tierra agosto 2020

Upcoming webinar 2 September: Systems Thinking, the skill to build sustainable, resilient systems and survive in a Post-COVID-19 world As we look ahead into a post-COVID-19 world, panelists will address our most important skills: How Systems Thinking and Systems Leadership will build sustainable and resilient systems and help us to survive and thrive?  Read more The […]

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Registration Now Open for VBSR’s 30th Annual Conference, September 22

I wanted to reach out and let you know that registration for VBSR’s 30th Annual Conference on September 22nd is now open! Due to COVID-19, the conference this year will be held virtually.  While we will miss seeing folks in person, we hope that holding a virtual conference will enable more people to attend the event and alleviate […]

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2020 Fair Trade Conference Sessions Now Live

 ‌  ‌  ‌FAIR TRADE 101NEWS 2020 National Conference Session Recordings Now Live! Thank you to all who joined us online for our Virtual 2020 National Conference back in March. It was an engaging, insightful three days of panels, workshops and keynote speakers discussing how we can innovate for a just and sustainable future. A question that is more important […]

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Happy Earth Week from PLAN!

Hello, Earth Week! Earth Week is one of our favorite times of the year at PLAN. We often get the opportunity to speak at campuses and meet students face-to-face while seeing their awesome waste projects in person. This week looks a lot different than years past, but we still invite you to hang out with us virtually. Tomorrow, […]

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🌼 Celebrate Spring with VT Land Trust: virtual events, nature education, local food

Even in the midst of uncertainty, spring is arriving. Cardinals are singing, silver maples are blooming, wood frogs and peepers are calling, bluebirds are flitting around yards, and pussy willows are bursting out of their shiny buds. “What a comfort it is to be in nature, where spring is happening despite it all,” writes VLT’s Liz Thompson.  We’re […]

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Supporting Factory Workers & Celebrating Fashion

It’s Fashion Revolution Week, an annual campaign that honors the anniversary of the fatal Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh in 2013. It’s also a time to celebrate fashion as a positive influence while also raising awareness of the injustices many factory workers around the world face and the importance of sustainable and ethical alternatives to […]

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Earth Month Special Event: Music and conversation on how the pandemic is reshaping our relationship with the earth

Peter Godart, MIT PhD candidate and past MIT Office of Sustainability Campus Sustainability Incubator Fund awardee is hosting an original, virtual event called “Space for Action” on April 25th at 7:00 pm. He describes the event as a collective reflection with music and conversation on how the pandemic is reshaping our relationship with the earth. This […]

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