Community Sustainability Workshop
Colorado Community Sustainability Workshop
June 12 - August 4, 2017 | Colorado State University | Fort Collins, CO
Are you eager to find sustainable solutions to community challenges, solutions that effectively address today’s pressing social, environmental, and economic issues?
Do you see the strength and utility of working together with others from diverse backgrounds and perspectives in discovering robust, integrated, and equitable answers?
Benefits of Participation
- Supercharge the thinking in your agency, non-profit organization, or business on a timely sustainability topic to which you just haven’t been able to give the attention it deserves.
- Propose a question or a project that will get laser-sharp team attention for eight weeks.
- Get energized by interacting with a team of committed university students, working closely with faculty who have considerable field-tested sustainability and communications expertise.
- Learn new techniques for communicating important sustainability concepts.
- Propose a topic related to food security, food waste management, pollinator species, environmental justice, Brownfields reuse, open lands management in the face of changing climate, green infrastructure to improve the urban sustainability, or other.
- Receive a copy of Mark Roseland’s 2012 book Toward Sustainable Communities: Solutions for Citizens and Their Governments.
How you can participate:
- Contact ASCEND today to have your question or project included in the 2017 workshop. First-come, first considered.
- Financially support the workshop, based on your organization’s ability to pay.
Presented by School of Global Environmental Sustainability, CSU English Department, & Career Center