What’s YOUR Local Vision?
January 2017 Regional Forums
Join us and be a part of community conversations on Sustainable CT, Connecticut’s developing, voluntary sustainable communities certification program for towns of every size. Forums are free, open to all, and organized by the Institute for Sustainable Energy in partnership with Connecticut’s nine Councils of Government.
Forums will be held at the following dates and locations:
Tuesday, January 10 — 1pm – 2:30pm, Brookfield Town Hall
Thursday, January 19 — 11am – 12:30pm, Middlesex Community College, Middletown
Thursday, January 19 — 7pm – 8:30pm, West Hartford Town Hall
Wednesday, January 25 — 2:30pm – 4pm, Three Rivers Community College, Norwich
Friday, January 27 — 9am – 10:30am, Seymour Town Hall
Register Here to attend one or more forums.
Sustainable CT is a partnership of municipal leaders, philanthropic foundations, the Institute for Sustainable Energy, and other stakeholders. The Connecticut Conference of Municipalities’ Task Force on Sustainability developed a vision and recommended program framework. Three Connecticut-based foundations are providing funding to develop Sustainable CT: the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation, the Common Sense Fund, and the Hampshire Foundation. The Institute for Sustainable Energy is leading and coordinating program development and providing technical support.
SAVE THE DATE: The CT Alliance for Campus Sustainability invites you to the fourth annual campus sustainability conference.
We are looking for input from you as we develop the theme and workshops for this year’s conference. Please share your ideas on the following:
• What are your campus’s biggest success stories this past year? What is your campus most proud of?
• What are some workshop topics or conference themes that would be most useful to the work you do on your campus?
Please send your ideas/success stories to Laura Miller at MillerLau@easternct.edu by January 20th.