Posted by Sarah Parkinson, Published: October 7th, 2013
Randolph, Vermont will host one of the world’s leading community economist as part of the second program in the “Why Build A Local Economy: Community, Engagement, Gratitude” series at the Chandler Center for the Arts on Thursday, October 10 at 6:30 p.m.
This series, sponsored by BALE – Building A Local Economy – and Randolph Area Community Development Corporation, “explores local [...]
Posted by Sarah Parkinson, Published: September 17th, 2013
Vermont’s New Economy Week is October 10-20. Join in by attending an event near you!
We’re excited to be part of New Economy Week, a collection of events across the state that celebrate and raise awareness of Vermont’s New Economy. New Economy Week will feature guest speakers like Michael Shuman and Gus Speth, a happy hour with representatives from 350.org, local [...]
Posted by Sarah Parkinson, Published: July 9th, 2013
Join the Dartmouth community to engage with a spectrum of voices offering potential solutions to our common climate challenge!
Starting July 11, Dartmouth will host the Leading Voices Series in Energy, Sustainability and Security. This series of six free lectures is open to the public and will provide good discussion focused on solutions and engaging young minds and community. Anyone interested [...]
Posted by Sarah Parkinson, Published: April 22nd, 2013
Leaders in Europe’s new energy economy will discuss their successes and how they can be applied to the Upper Valley region at a public forum this Wednesday, April 24.
Dr. Andreas Wieg and Dirk Vansintjan, two leaders in Europe’s community-based transition to renewable energy, will visit the Upper Valley as part of their Vermont, New Hampshire, and Ontario week-long tour starting [...]
Posted by Sarah Parkinson, Published: April 18th, 2013
By Pamela Paquin
Monday’s events in Boston have had our staff here at DMI hen-like in their soft “clucking” concerned for our friends and family in Boston and the region.
Indeed, it has been hard to focus on what seem like trivial “to-dos” compared to what people were going through who were present and/or connected to individuals running and cheering around Copley this Monday.