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Stay informed about Sustainability at Babson. The Sustainability Office sends out a monthly newsletter to the Babson community. If you currently do not receive the monthly newsletter and would like to, please email sustainability@babson.edu.

Sustainability Newsletter

Campus events that feature sustainability, new initiatives on campus, and sustainability leaders on campus are featured. If you would like to share an event, initiative, or nominate someone in the Babson community for the sustainability spotlight, please contact sustainability@babson.edu. Submissions for the next month are due by the 25th of the prior month.

Past Newsletters

Sustainability at Babson News December 2013 (pdf)
Sustainability at Babson News November 2013 (pdf)
Sustainability at Babson News October 2013 (pdf)
Sustainability at Babson News September 2013 (pdf)
Sustainability at Babson News August 2013 (pdf)
Sustainability at Babson News July 2013 (pdf)
Sustainability at Babson News June 2013 (pdf)

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  • Florence Reed, Sustainable Harvest Interna...
    Florence Reed, Sustainable Harvest International Full Details [X]
    5:00 PM - 5:30 PM
    Florence Reed, President & Founder
    Sustainable Harvest International
    Wednesday, March 4, 2015
    Olin Hall 120
    5 PM

    ALL ARE WELCOME

    Refreshments will be served

    In honor of Women's History month, please join us in welcoming Florence Reed. In 1997, Reed founded Sustainable Harvest International (SHI), a nonprofit organization dedicated to working with rural Central American communities to implement sustainable land-use practices. As President of the organization, Reed divides her time between helping shape the future of programs in Central America and gathering resources in the United States, bringing together farmers, donors, volunteers, researchers and others to create a better future.  

    This presentation begins with a look at the global and local impacts of unsustainable farming practices in the tropics. It then focuses on Sustainable Harvest International’s unique and successful model for reversing this harmful trend.  The talk goes on to show how this simple approach helps to alleviate poverty, improve health, reverse deforestation, mitigate global climate change, reduce pollution, and much more.

    For more information on Sustainable Harvest International, visit http://www.sustainableharvest.org/ 

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  • 5:00 PM - 5:30 PM
  • Tags: Entrepreneurship:Social Entrepreneurship

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