Category Archives: Events in the Broader Community

Greatest Silence: Rape In Congo Film Screening on 11/17 @

 Join us at 7PM with our friends from Main Street Landing and the Peace & Justice Center on November 17th, 2018. We will be networking for the first half hour with gracious donations from SAP! & Fairy Tale Farm to strengthen the network of advocates for peace in the DRC (Democratic Republic of the Congo).   […]

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The Future of Sustainable Transportation – 11/29

You are invited! The Future of Sustainable Transportation in the City of Burlington Reducing emissions and advancing a healthy, safe and equitable transportation system Thursday, November 29 from 5:30 – 7:30pm Town Center Room at VEIC 128 Lakeside Avenue in Burlington Limited space, please RSVP by November 26th! Click here to learn more and RSVP to attend! […]

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David Blittersdorf speaking at UVM – 11/12

On Monday, November 12, as part of the Energy Action Seminar series, David Blittersdorf will be speaking in Aikin 102 about his career in the renewable sector. As a serial energy entrepreneur, co-founder of NRG systems and founder of All Earth Renewables he examines the impacts of energy use, production, and distribution and suggests various […]

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November 2018 E-News: Updates from VNRC

Become a Member                Visit Our Website                  Donate November 2018 E-News  Tomorrow is Election Day. Don’t forget to vote, if you haven’t already!Find your polling location and hours here: https://www.sec.state.vt.us/elections/voters.aspx. Catch up below with VNRC’s latest news, and learn about opportunities to help us […]

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VT Interfaith Power & Light newsletter – November 2018

Green Mountains, Blue Water Earth Care News November 2018 In this newsletter: Video of George Lakey’s Keynote Address & Workshop on VTIPL Website Cool Congregations Challenge VT Climate & Health Alliance’s Letter to Vermonters & Video Support Needed for Washington State’s Initiative 1631 350Vermont Annual Convergence: Sunday, Nov. 11, Burlington Button Up Home Weatherization & […]

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Mountainfilm On Tour this FRIDAY!

Mountainfilm On Tour! Mountainfilm on Tour is coming to Burlington, bringing a selection of culturally rich, adventure-packed and inspiring documentary films curated from the Mountainfilm festival held every Memorial Day weekend in Telluride, Colorado. The show will explore themes connected to Mountainfilm’s mission: to use the power of film, art and ideas to inspire audiences […]

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Plastic Bag Hackathon – Nov. 13th

We’re bringing a big sustainability hackathon to UVM on November 13th from 3-8pm (including a delicious hot dinner). The event will use design thinking to imagine ideas on getting Target customers to stop using plastic bags locally, with the potential for scale nationally. The event is in partnership with Target’s Corporate Social Responsibility team, who […]

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Old Spokes Home Kick-Off Event – Nov. 8

As you’re likely aware, the Community Bike Workshop (the non-profit arm of Old Spokes Home that provides refurbished bikes at reduced prices to people of low income) and the Old Spokes Home retail shop are moving from their separate locations to the site of the former Good News Garage, meaning that all customers – regardless […]

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Green Infrastructure in Europe, Nov. 15th lecture

It’s that time of year again- the leaves are falling, temps are dropping, and snow is starting to cap the peaks! Time for the annual Doug Crowell lecture series presented by the Vermont Chapter of ASLA.  This year we are excited to have Dr. Attila Toth, a distinguished professor at Slovak University in Nitra, Slovakia […]

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Getting to net-zero energy – Developing a roadmap for Burlington – Nov. 26

Burlington Ready for 100% is pleased to invite you to another Energy-transition Conversation: Getting to Net-zero Energy: Developing a roadmap for Burlington Burlington Electric Department (BED) has a goal of making Burlington a net-zero-energy (NZE) city by 2030. At net zero, all energy for electricity, heating, cooling and in-city ground transportation will come from renewable […]

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