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Monthly archives: April, 2014
Strategic Sustainability Consulting is delighted to have officially opened our new office in Lynchburg, Virginia.
Help keep our office running smoothly and our projects on track! You’re responsibilities will be varied and include:
- Administrative tasks (like managing the office calendar)
- Project management tasks (like editing a client proposal)
- Social media tasks (like scheduling posts on Hootsuite)
This job is for someone who is interested in sustainability but is content to spend the majority of time working on administrative, project management, and social media tasks. This is NOT a position for someone who wants to move into a full-time sustainability consulting role.
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Strategic Sustainability Consulting is delighted to have officially opened our new office in Lynchburg, Virginia. They’re looking for a person with great writing, research, and analytical skills. You will be working with us on all aspects of our corporate sustainability consulting projects. Here are a few of the highlights:
- Sustainability strategy and planning — helping clients understand how to identify, prioritize, and manage environmental and social issues
- Carbon, waste, and water footprinting — including data collection and validation, sustainability software implementation, calculations and analysis, and interpretation of the results.
- Sustainability reporting — interviewing personnel, drafting case studies, preparing data and charts, developing content, editing final text.
- Research and analysis — peer benchmarking, trend analysis, case studies, article writing, and best practice identification.
- Project management — client meetings, coordinating teams, timeline and budget management, template and process development.
- Other tasks — ability to step in and provide support for other tasks as necessary
We expect to spend a lot of time training you during the first year, but after that there is immense opportunity to grow in terms of salary and responsibility.
University of Illinois at Chicago Partners with Chicago Network of Sustainability in Higher Education for First Bike2Campus Week
CHICAGO, April 1, 2014 — The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) will partner with the Chicago Network of Sustainability in Higher Education (CNSHE) for its first Chicagoland Bike2Campus Week April 21–25.
The Chicagoland Network for Sustainability in Higher Education (CNSHE) is a network of higher education institutions working to advance sustainability and accelerate climate action. CNSHE does such by working with students, staff and faculty to share best practices and by collaborating to achieve institutional and common goals which benefit the region and society at-large.
Bike2Campus is a five-day alternative transit challenge to get Chicagoland university and college students on their bicycles. The event encourages students to reduce emissions, practice healthy lifestyles, and learn about bike-safety issues.
Much like other commuter challenges, this event is geared towards educating college level students on cycling as a safe mode of transit. Bike2Campus is part challenge, part competition. It will allow students to track their trips to and from campus while the supporting institutions will track their students’ trips through an online survey and social media platforms. At the end of the week, the school with the highest percentage of participation for their institution will be selected as winners.
Prizes will be awarded, with a grand prize of a four-year DIVVY membership and a feature photo of the winner on DIVVY’s website.
Students can also participate via social media in two ways: by taking a photo of themselves on or with their bicycles and tagging #bike2campus, and/or by taking the Illinois Bicycle safety quiz at bikesafetyquiz.com and posting their certificate. Participating students will be eligible to win prizes.
Throughout the week, each campus will plan safe, fun, and engaging events around the city. Students can find these campus-centric events listed on the Bike2Campus website and on UIC’s Office of Sustainability’s April Earth Month calendar. The week will end with Critical Mass, a ride that takes cyclists through downtown Chicago on the last Friday of each month.
Participating CNSHE institutions include Loyola University Chicago, City Colleges of Chicago, Columbia College Chicago, University of Chicago, University of Illinois at Chicago, Roosevelt University, Dominican University, Northwestern University, Illinois Institute of Technology, and the School of the Art Institute Chicago.
This program has received generous support from sponsors DIVVY Bikes, Chipotle, and the Chicago Department of Transportation. For more information, visit bike2campus.com.