On August 15, 2018 the Mill River Park Collaborative hosted ninth-grade students interested in technology to discuss the importance of sustainable development. Students of the Early College Studies Program from Stamford High School were given
Advisory Board Member Kristen Sullivan's "Why Sustainability is a Board-level Risk" in The Wall Street Journal
Why Sustainability Is a Board-level Risk Wall Street Journal DECEMBER 22, 2017 Sustainability, which encompasses environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues, is increasingly positioned at the top of board agendas as expectations of
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Stamford to Participate in New Sustainable CT Municipal Certification Program On April 2, the City of Stamford passed a resolution supporting participation in the new Sustainable CT Municipal Certification Program, and officially registered to
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New Haven responds to rising sea levels Original Article: https://yaledailynews.com/blog/2018/02/22/new-haven-responds-to-rising-sea-levels/ Yale Daily News Max Graham On sunny days like Wednesday, Yale students converge on Cross Campus to enjoy
Dozens of Connecticut nonprofits receive grants Monday, December 25, 2017 See original article: https://www.nhregister.com/news/article/Nonprofits-get-grants-12452703.php#photo-14748595 Dozens of state nonprofits have received grants provided
Advisory Board member Andrew Winston's "The Top 10 Sustainable Business Stories of 2017" in Harvard Business Review
The Top 10 Sustainable Business Stories of 2017 Harvard Business ReviewAndrew Winston - DECEMBER 22, 2017 The year 2017 has been a long, strange trip. The definition of sustainability in business evolved quickly — the topic in executive suites
Stamford 2030 to be represented on new 2030 Districts Network Board of Governors After five years of support and oversight from Architecture 2030, in January 2017 the 2030 Districts across North America established their own non-profit earlier.
Photo: Michael Cummo / Hearst Connecticut Media The Stamford Downtown Special Services District (DSSD) is excited to unveil its Holiday Light Program which extends from Columbus Park, to Atlantic Street and Bedford Street. DSSD has chosen to