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Fri, Nov. 9-Organizational Advantage through Sustainability Sustainable Step New England is sponsoring an interactive workshop addressing how organizations can use sustainability to drive business improvements. This event will include a panel of speakers from local businesses who have implemented sustainable practices. Time: 9am-3:30pm, Location: Tufts University, Medford, MA. For more information on this event, and how to register contact: 781-641-1325, Beth Tener or email: [email protected] or visit:


Fri, Sat, Nov. 9The 2nd Annual Campus Environmental Leadership Summit of New England is being held at Brandeis this year. Last year they got over 425 students to come out to collaborate with BASEC, a student run coalition of student activists run out of Harvard, (bright kids) to identify, recruit, and strengthen students’ abilities to get active on campus and in their communities. Should be cool, and you’ll only have to miss a day of school, (consider it a short vacation for a good cause). Contact: [email protected] for more info.

Sat, Nov. 10-Earthwatch Institute Conference 2001 – Forging Partnerships for Conservation More than 60 scientists from 15 countries will give slide talks and poster presentations about their findings and ongoing field expeditions. Tickets $15. Time: 9am-6pm, Location: Tufts University, Cohen Auditorium, Medford, MA. For more information contact: 1-800-776-0188 or explore: www.earthwatch.org/conference. Advance interviews with scientists may be arranged beginning on Wednesday, November

7th. Free admission to members of the working press. Wheelchair accessible.

Sat, Nov. 10-Teach-In on Ecofeminism. Sponsored by Boston Ecofeminist Action: A series of workshops on various ecofeminist topics. Facilitators include: Josephine Donovan ,author of “Feminist Theory” and co-editor of “Animals and Women”, Susan Soloman , long-time ecofeminist community activist, Gordene MacKinzie radio show host and transgender theorist, Helen Matthews graduate student in ecofeminist theory and cross-movement community activist. For more information email: [email protected] or visit: http://www.geocities.com/bostonecofem.

Wed, Nov. 14-The ECOS seminar series rolls on. Dr. Di Jin, Associate Scientist, Marine Policy Center, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution will be giving “An Analysis of Fishing Vessel Safety.” I bet he could’ve told Brody he’d need a bigger boat. As always: 2:30-4, Small Science Auditorium, Science Building, 1st floor, S1-006.

*If you have any info. on upcoming events, or you want to post an event of your own in the Green Corner Calendar, just drop a line with the 411 to: [email protected]