Student Leadership for Divestment: Q&A with Michelle Bates

Student Sustainability Leadership Award Winner   GPSEN:  We are proud to recognize you with GPSEN’s Student Sustainability Leadership Award this year. This honor highlights your work, as a student at Portland State University, in calling for divestment from fossil fuels by Portland area...

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Student Leadership for Divestment: Q&A with Billy Fish

Student Sustainability Leadership Award Winner GPSEN:  We are proud to recognize you with GPSEN’s Sustainability Leadership Student Award this year. This honor highlights your work, as a student at Reed College, in calling for divestment from fossil fuels by Portland area educational...

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The Power of Grassroots: Q&A with Jose Mikalauskas

Community Member Sustainability Leadership Award Winner   GPSEN:  As recipient of GPSEN’s Community Member Sustainability Leadership Award this year, you’ve worked on the front lines organizing for social justice & sustainability. From climate justice to expanding public...

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Community in a Time of Change

While our world continues to shift, our values remain the same. GPSEN joins our community in this moment of collective processing and change, as we remind ourselves of the power of networks and the strengths that keep our communities alive and functioning in these turbulent times. We recognize the...

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ELEVATE Business 2020

Kick start 2020 by creating win-win-win solutions for your stakeholders and business by joining CCPortland and seven of Portland’s most influential conscious business organizations for the ELEVATE Business 2020 Conference | Where Capital Meets Heart on 3/4/20! This conference will help you...

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GPSEN Leaders: Farewell and Welcome

We are excited to announce exciting new leadership changes in GPSEN’s Board of Directors. Our current Board President, Heather Spalding, has accepted a newly-created position at Central Washington University’s (CWU) College of Education and Professional Studies! Heather will match new...

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COP25 Talanoa Dialogues Report

Neeraja Havaligi, GPSEN’s ED, submitted a summary of the Talanoa dialogues between participants at the December 2019 Virtual Bridge to COP25, hosted at Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) and Lewis and Clark College.  It offers a pulse from Portland for climate change and COP25....

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Whitman College Publishes Article on GPSEN Co-Founder Kim Smith

GPSEN Co-Founder Kim Smith’s expertise in — and passion for — environmental sociology has made her an international leader in sustainability education, representing the U.S. in global efforts, while also bettering her own community in Portland, Oregon. In addition to teaching sociology at...

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GPSEN Launches New 2019-2022 Strategic Plan

GPSEN’s strategic plan for 2019-2022 places sustainability education at the forefront in order to transform “business as usual” to a sustainable future through new levels of shared identities, empowerment, and active engagement. Strategic Priorities and Highlights Educational programs, such as...

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