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The Rubenstein School claims a storied history of preparing environmentally and socially responsible leaders, scientists, practitioners and advocates who understand the interdependence of people and healthy ecological systems. A science-based curriculum, focused on experiential learning, inspires students to apply knowledge to real world projects. Students graduate with the skills needed to make change and resolve complex environmental challenges.
“Divesting from fossil fuels is the right thing to do for the University of Vermont, given our history and longstanding commitment to sustainability efforts,” said Suresh Garimella, president of the university. “As the climate crisis deepens, divestment—here and at other schools—is also the right thing to do for our environment and future generations. As we work to have a tangible effect on emissions, divesting brings attention to the global need for governments, organizations and individuals to aggressively confront the challenge of climate change.”
Mon Oct 26 Lake Champlain Sea Grant Stormwater Education Series: Green Stormwater Infrastructure with James Sherrard, City of Burlington, 4-5pm Register for online event
Wed Oct 28 RSENR Master's Thesis Seminar & Defense: Hannah Weiss, "The Feasibility of Over-Summer Snow Storage at the Craftsbury Outdoor Center, Craftsbury VT," 9am Join MS Teams event
Wed Oct 28 Lake Champlain Sea Grant Research Webinar Series: Monitoring the Road Salt Reduction Pilot Program in the Lake George Drainage Basin, noon Register for online event