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VT Interfaith Power & Light newsletter – June 2018

  Green Mountains, Blue Water Earth Care News June 2018 In this newsletter: Congregations Invited to be Sponsors of VTIPL Conference Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution – Film Showing in Marshfield Poor People’s Campaign Continues Energy Resource Fair & Town Meeting with Senator Sanders SunCommon Sun CARnival this Saturday Vermont’s Catholic Diocese Gets Greener Faith, Reason […]

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American University Achieves Carbon Neutrality

Red, Blue—And Green: American University Achieves Carbon Neutrality By Gregg Sangillo | April 25, 2018 As part of the carbon neutral plan, about 2,500 solar panels were installed on campus. AU also entered into a partnership to install solar panels in North Carolina. Is tackling climate change the greatest challenge of our time? Will sustainability questions dominate the […]

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Vermont Green Building Network – News and Upcoming Events

News and Upcoming Events In this issue: 2017 Vermont’s Greenest Building Awards Winners Announced Burlington 2030 District Launch Event a week from today! Tuesday, May 1 Burlington 2030 District member feature: Main Street Landing Greenride Bikeshare Launches in BTV Area Upcoming Events 2017 Vermont’s Greenest Building Award Winners Announced The sixth annual Vermont’s Greenest Building Awards, […]

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AASHE Bulletin – April 24th edition

April 24, 2018 News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs Submit | Subscribe | Advertise Happy Earth Day! Please consider sharing pictures from your institution’s Earth Day activities and events through the Campus Sustainability Hub. News of the Week Bowdoin College Achieves Carbon Neutrality Two years ahead of schedule, the college has achieved carbon neutrality through a variety of campus energy projects, campus engagement, regional carbon offsets […]

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AASHE Bulletin – April 17 edition

April 17, 2018 News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs Submit | Subscribe | Advertise The April 10 issue of the Bulletin incorrectly listed the dates of the 8th Annual Green Sports Alliance Summit. The summit is taking place from June 26-27. We apologize for the error. News of the Week 31 Colleges & Universities Begin Higher Education Anchor Mission Initiative The Higher Education Anchor Mission Initiative […]

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Vermont Research News – April 18, 2018

Vermont Research News: April 18, 2018 View this email in your browser State Flubs Financial Literacy Exam With tax day in the rear view mirror, Vermont received a D for providing financial literacy skills to high school students. While some schools offer finance topics in elective classes, financial literacy is not a requirement for graduation. […]

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SWEEP Spring/Summer 2018 eNewsletter

COURTESY OF VERMONT SWEEP Spring / Summer eNewsletter Table of Contents From the Board Letter from the Chair SWEEP Spring Membership Gathering SWEEP Welcomes New Board Members SWEEP Membership Renewals Climate Resiliency & Featured Articles Climate Resiliency Fellowship & Vermont SWEEP Spring Gathering Restorative Practices Increase School Resiliency The Health of Vermont’s Future Hardwood Forests is […]

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AASHE Bulletin – April 10th edition

courtesy of aashe April 10, 2018 News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs Submit | Subscribe | Advertise News of the Week Northwestern U Earns Energy Star Partner of the Year Award The award recognizes Northwestern’s achievements in energy efficiency, including its efforts to accurately track energy usage data and measure progress in reducing consumption. Northwestern recently completed a comprehensive energy audit of all 222 […]

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CSWD NewsFlash for April

courtesy of chittenden solid waste district April 2018 Hi Christina, Sometimes, I feel like I take trash for granted; it can seem like an unavoidable part of the throwaway culture that we live in. Like trash is somehow an integral part of being human. Of course, there’s nothing inevitable about trash. Unlike death and taxes, waste is […]

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