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Peace & Justice Center news & events: Renaming Negro Brook, Centering BIPOC at the PJC and more

 After saying farewell to Rachel, transitioning continues at the Peace and Justice Center including a shift in our E-news as I take over. Thank you for staying with us and I look forward to continuing this journey with you! -Jorja Lamb, Programming Coordinator Click here to visit our fair trade, local, and educational store! April 13, […]

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Vermont Land Trust news & events: Protecting land with the Elnu Abenaki, spring wildflowers & new events 🐦

It’s definitely spring! We are seeing spring beauties and hepatica in the woods and translucent green leaves emerging on trees. Below, VLT ecologists Liz and Allaire offer insights into some things you may see out in nature in the weeks ahead. We’re excited to share conservation successes and new online events you can join wherever […]

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BTV Conservation News Spring 2021

BTV Conservation News When spring arrives with a rush in the Champlain Valley, the snow melts into wildflowers and bird songs lace our woods. In this issue, join BPRW’s Field Naturalist on wildflower walks at Ethan Allen Park in Burlington and Redrocks Park in South Burlington, because you can never have too many wildflowers. Also […]

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Vermont Research News – Sleep problems, new fossils, podcasts and more…

twitter • facebook • website • instagram What Keeps Vermont Up at Night A recent study of a random selection of patients at the Community Health Center of Vermont in Burlington examined how well Vermonters sleep. Seven of the 30 respondents reported having a formal diagnosis of sleep apnea and about half (16/30) reported having […]

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AASHE Bulleting – April 14th edition

April 14, 2021 News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs | Submit | Advertise News of the Week 75 HEIs Urge Biden Administration to Support a 2030 US Climate TargetSecond Nature recently sent a letter to the White House signed by 75 higher education institutions calling on the Biden-Harris Administration to adopt a […]

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VTIPL April News – Earth Month & Faith Climate Action Week

Green Mountains, Blue Water Earth Care News April Happy Earth Month & Faith Climate Action Week At this time of spring, Earth Month, and Ramadan, may we remember that our Earth cannot truly flourish until we have justice for all…all people, all members of the Earth community. IPL’s Faith Climate Action Week & Kiss the […]

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USCRI Vermont Newsletter – April 2021

USRCI Vermont April 2021 Newsletter USCRI Vermont’s Kristen Rengo, Coordinator of Interpretation and Translation Services, was a featured panelist for “The Embedded Racism of Language Access Barriers” presented on March 25th as part of Vermont Law School’s “Embedded Racism in the Law” discussion series. Through this series, South Royalton Legal Clinic at Vermont Law School invites attendees to discuss solutions to […]

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VT Education & Environment Network’s April Newsletter

Happy Spring! With the Equinox passed, and sugaring season at a wrap in most places, we are in the height of mud season, known to trap unsuspecting boots and cars in puddles. We are seeing Vermont organizations remain resilient, offering gtreat programming in virtual spaces in-person programming to virtual spaces, and person educators continuing to […]

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What is environmental racism? From the Climate Reality Project

Welcome to the April 2021 edition of Reality Now. BLOG HIGHLIGHTS ENVIRONMENTAL RACISM: WHAT IT IS AND HOW YOU CAN FIGHT IT We can’t truly move forward as a movement without acknowledging our shared past and working to solve its most fundamental problems. READ MORE THE AMERICAN JOBS PLAN IS THE PLAN WE’VE BEEN WAITING FOR […]

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Champlain’s carbon impact; Opening the Garden; Collecting Stories of our Good Work, S-L Faculty Award and more!

Champlain’s Latest Greenhouse Gas Inventory For the past ten+ years, Champlain has completed an in-depth greenhouse gas (ghg) inventory. This year’s results show that our net emissions took a significant drop, largely due to reduced air travel because of the pandemic. Our recommendation, carried over from last year, for how we continue to decrease our emissions is […]

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