Posts tagged with “Sustainability” (All posts)
Nancy Braker ’81 and Jared Beck ’14 give talks at annual Prairie Enthusiasts conference2 March 2023
Braker is Puzak Family director of the Cowling Arboretum and senior lecturer in biology at Carleton, and Beck studied biology at Carleton.
Carleton Board takes action on fossil fuel divestment9 February 2023
The college will immediately reduce exposure to fossil fuel investments in its endowment.
Building on past successes, Carleton continues commitment to sustainability leadership1 February 2023
As a new working group convenes to accelerate campus progress toward carbon neutrality, Carleton’s history as a leader in sustainability comes to the forefront.
Carleton College forms new Sustainability Working Group19 January 2023
The Sustainability Working Group is charged with helping the college deepen its sustainability efforts and accelerate progress toward carbon neutrality.
Fresh Energy executive director Michael Noble ’77 to deliver convocation at Carleton College6 January 2023
Michael Noble ’77, executive director of Fresh Energy, will deliver his address on Friday, Jan. 6.
Vrtis is professor of environmental studies and history at Carleton.
Sarah Fortner named director of sustainability as Carleton expands sustainable approach across and beyond campus1 December 2022
Fortner’s new position is part of a recommendation by the college’s Environmental Advisory Committee to extend the reach of the Sustainability Office beyond facilities management and further into the realms of education and community engagement.
Bridging Minnesota celebrates partnership with Carleton College28 November 2022
Bridging Minnesota is a Twin Cities-based nonprofit dedicated to providing donated furniture and household goods to families and individuals transitioning out of homelessness and poverty.
Brian Purrington ’73 and family donate land for new Minnesota Scientific and Natural Area28 November 2022
Brian Purrington and his wife, Anne W. Purrington ’73, both studied psychology at Carleton.
Academics at Work: Dan Hernández researches regenerative agriculture and ecosystem restoration1 November 2022
Hernández discusses his recent research into the ecological benefits of regenerative agriculture and highlights the role of community engagement in the process.
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