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Sustainability Solutions Café and More

Sustainability Solutions Café

Wednesday, July 24
12:30–1:30 PM
Fairchild Tower
Informal discussion over a catered lunch!

Hal Hamilton, Founder of the Sustainable Food Lab

Hal Hamilton founded and co-directs the Sustainable Food Lab. The purpose of the Sustainable Food Lab is to mainstream sustainability in global food supply, and its projects are all aimed at practical supply chain tools and shared learning among peers. Are small farms better than big farms? Is organic always better than conventional? Is Fair Trade the best route for small farmers in developing countries? Join us for a discussion of these questions and more over a catered lunch.

Leading Voices Lecture Series Thursday!

“Wind Energy and Resistance in New England and Beyond”
James Manwell, Director of the Wind Energy Center at the University of Massachusetts Amherst
Thursday, July 25
4:00 PM
Filene Auditorium, Moore Hall


“Slow Food and Social Justice”
Hosted by the Department of Philosophy and co-sponsored by the Ethics Institute

Josh Viertel
Monday, July 29th
Haldeman 041

Josh Viertel is the former president of Slow Food USA, the US branch of the global Slow Food movement.  In that position, Viertel was vocal in arguing that the local and sustainable food movement in the US and globally must do more to address questions of social justice, race and class.  Before his work at Slow Food, Josh was a founding director of the Yale Sustainable Food Project, which broke new ground bringing local sustainable food to Yale’s dining services, built an organic farm on campus, and developed curricula for undergraduates related to food and farming.  Before his work at Yale, Josh was a farmer, and also earned an AB in Philosophy and Literature from Harvard University. Josh has been named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum, and listed as one of the seven most powerful voices in the food movement by Forbes and Michael Pollan.


Town of Hanover/Dartmouth College 4th Annual Community Yard Sale
Saturday, August 31 is the date for the 2013 Sale.

Registration forms will be available August 1 on the Town of Hanover Website.  As in previous years, it will be ‘first come, first served” so get your registration form in early.

Dewey Field Parking lot (same as before), 10.00 am – 2.00 pm (earlier than last year), $20 for a full space (four parking spaces) and $12 for a half space (2 parking spaces).  As before we will require a second check for the same amount to be refunded at the end of the sale (dependent on a cleaned space)

Kim Wind, Program Administrator
Environmental Studies
6182 Steele Hall, Rm 113
Hanover, NH  03755
Tel: 603-646-2838
Fax: 603-646-1682

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