Calling all students from the northeast (and southeast, and Chicago metropolitan area)!
C2C Fellows launches our spring sustainability leadership trainings with a workshops at Bard College (NY) on February 14-16. We move on to the University of Florida, March 21-23, and will be at Moraine Valley CC outside of Chicago, IL, April 25-27.
Students aspiring to sustainability leadership in policy, politics and business should apply now . Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, and only 60 students will be accepted into each workshop. The cost of the weekend trainings, including food and lodging for those traveling over an hour, is $30.
C2C Fellows is a national network for current students and recent graduates who want high-impact careers in sustainable business and politics.
Bikes, bikes, bikes! Please join us tomorrow, January 22, at noon eastern as The National Climate Seminar kicks off with Jeff Olson, one of the primary architects behind NYC’s successful bike share program. Jeff will discuss the genesis of the program, and what success in NYC means for programs in other cities around the world.
Dial in: 712-432-3100
Conference Code: 253385
Be part of this critical conversation. Send advance questions for Jeff to email@example.com, or call in to ask your questions live. Author details and call recordings are available on our website . Two weeks from tomorrow, Professor David Archer will discuss the latest science on methane releases from the Arctic: is this “game over”?
Thanks for the work you are doing.
Eban Goodstein Director, Bard CEP & Director, Bard MBA in Sustainability
National Climate Seminar | Spring 2014 Schedule
Climate Seminar calls are Wednesdays at 12pm EST and held twice a month via conference call. Assign the calls to your students for a chance to hear top scientists, analysts, and political leaders discuss climate and clean energy solutions. Call in to (712) 432-3100 up to five minutes before each call starts and enter conference code 253385. Have questions for the speakers? Email them beforehand or during the call to firstname.lastname@example.org — or listen in for the chance to ask them live!
The National Climate Seminar is organized and run by Bard CEP with media partner, Island Press.