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Re: [greenyes] Sustainability Speaker
- Subject: Re: [greenyes] Sustainability Speaker
- From: EarthGB@no.address
- Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2005 03:32:26 EST
Dear Bretnie & GreenYes,
The MN Sustainable Communities Network, MnSCN, is a great group &
clearinghouse of local and wider-scale sustainability organizations, programs, resurces
and info. Quite possibly the staff at MN Office of Environmental Assistance
(MOEA) who sponsor MnSCN could suggest speakers.
I've pasted below the latest MnSCN update. It has contact info for the folks
San Diego, CA
FWD - MnSCN Update:
Dear Minnesota Sustainable Communities Network (MnSCN):
Welcome! We hope that the following timely information
will assist you in adopting practices, in your life and in your
community, that are more socially, environmentally and
economically sound. Please note that you can:
* JUMP to the end of this newsletter for details on
* GO to the NextStep web site
(http://www.NextStepMinnesota.org) for newsletter back issues,
subscriptions, and a searchable database of previous newsletter
* SEND us material for these updates by typing it directly
onto NextStep or by sending it to firstname.lastname@example.org
* FORWARD parts/the whole of this newsletter to others.
IN THIS ISSUE >>>>>
* Your Survey Comments
* MnSCN / NextStep Sponsors - thank you!
* Better by Design
* Ode Magazine
* Exponential Growth, Energy, Population & Sustainability
* Willmar Design Team
* Feinstone Environmental Awards
* Energy Loans for Schools & Local Government
* Jobs (11)
* Upcoming Events (19)
MNSCN NEWSLETTER & WEB SURVEY - your comments
Thanks again to the 667 of you who participated in the
MnSCN / NextStep survey in December. We (Paul and Philipp) read
through your 29 pages of comments carefully - and with great
appreciation: your overwhelmingly positive notes confirm the value of
continuing this work - and here's some of what we learned, will do,
and request of you:
- One frequent suggestion was to improve the NEWSLETTER
FORMAT (i.e., HTML format). We will look into options for doing
this, though do need to balance increased formatting with remaining
accessible to those with slower PCs and those who prefer simple text.
Cost, time and technical factors are also an issue.
- Per your suggestions, we have changed the DISPLAY OF JOB
LISTINGS on the NextStep web site to clearly distinguish Positions
Available and Positions Wanted.
- A number of you requested more local sustainability CASE
STUDIES, STORIES AND EXAMPLES. While these tend to be the
hardest resources to research and present, and while we do have dozens
on the web site (search NextStep for "case study"), we agree these are
compelling and plan to present more of these in the future. We also
invite newsletter readers to provide us with short stories from your own
communities that could go in the newsletter.
- Many of you are using the information on NextStep and in the e-
newsletter to take steps in your own lives to make them more
environmentally friendly. We plan to offer more GREEN LIVING tips
- Another suggestion was for more BOOK REVIEWS in the newsletter.
We also would like your assistance with this. If you have recently read
a sustainability-related book and would like to write a brief review of
this book for consideration, that would be great! Please just send your
one or two paragraph book review to
- We learned from the survey that the NextStep WEB SITE is not
being used as much as it might be by MnSCN e-newsletter readers.
NextStep is not only a searchable library of the content from the 200+
MnSCN newsletters published since 1997, but it also includes many
items that are not in the e-newsletter, such as case studies, calendar and
job listings, and other resources. It also contains a searchable member
directory, regional views of resources and events, and much more.
Perhaps most significantly -- and unique to this web site -- each one of
the more than 1,000 sustainability resources included on NextStep is
reviewed for UPDATING EVERY 6 MONTHS, which keeps the
information fresh and accurate. We invite all MnSCN readers to check
out NextStep and to participate in adding resources and listings to it!
SPONSORS of MnSCN & NextStep
One request in the recent MnSCN survey was for a listing of
organizations in Minnesota that are working toward sustainability.
While the link above is not an exhaustive listing, it does offer a good
starting point for learning more about sustainability-related
organizations in our state. Each of these sponsors is working to assist
individuals, organizations, and/or communities to move toward
The list -- 30 businesses, units of government, non-profits,
foundations and educational institutions -- includes a web link and brief
description of each organization. These sponsors offer their public
support for the Minnesota Sustainable Communities Network, and help
to participate in and publicize the MnSCN e-newsletter and NextStep
If your sustainability-related organization is not included in
this list and would like to be, please contact Paul Moss of the OEA at
BETTER BY DESIGN
For a typical product, 70% of the cost of development,
manufacture and use is determined in its design phase. By integrating
environmental considerations, or Design for the Environment (DfE),
into the upfront product design, a company can increase efficiency,
reduce waste of materials and energy, and reduce costs.
During summer 2004 the OEA produced "Better by Design,"
an 8-minute video that introduces DfE and looks at 4 Minnesota
companies (IBM, Pillsbury, Medtronic & 3M) that incorporated DfE
into their product design with significant success. Some of these
companies integrate green design company-wide, some integrate it into
only certain facilities or divisions. Nevertheless, these advocates talk
about real world benefits that vary with their respective companies. For
example, IBM talks about reduced manufacturing cycle times and
staying ahead of European regulations that ban use of certain materials.
Borrow the video -- appropriate for policy makers in
government, business leaders and designers, teachers in college or high
school -- free for 2 weeks from the OEA Clearinghouse by calling
651/215-0232 or 800/877-6300.
For more information on DfE, including examples and a free
72-page DfE toolkit, and for free assistance with DfE in your
organization, see http://www.moea.state.mn.us/p2/dfe.cfm
Ode Magazine is an independent international journal with
offices in the Netherlands and the US that believes in "progress,
ongoing opportunities and the creativity of humankind." Minnesotan
Jay Walljasper, formerly of the Utne Reader based in Minneapolis, is
the executive editor of Ode. The magazine seeks to publish stories and
ideas that are making a difference in solving problems, and invites its
readers to make their own contribution to a more just and sustainable
Printed on fully recycled paper ten times a year in colorful
issues of about 70 pages, Ode covers a wide range of topics with an
international slant. The January/February 2005 issue contains pieces on
global warming, cooking, corporations, hydrogen power, ecological
scorecards, soccer, carnival festivals, and much more. The tone of the
articles is generally "out-of-the-box", partially reflecting the views and
tastes of its European readers.
Subscriptions are $29.95 per year. Visit the web site above for
more information, subscriptions (also available by calling 866/218-
0400), and free access to articles in the current and past issues.
"THE ESSENTIAL EXPONENTIAL: FOR THE FUTURE OF OUR
MnSCN member Dr. Albert A. Bartlett, Professor Emeritus of
the Department of Physics at the University of Colorado, Boulder has
just come out with a DVD and book on exponential arithmetic, energy,
population and sustainability.
The 74-minute DVD is of Bartlett's popular lecture
"Arithmetic, Population and Energy: Sustainability 101." The 302-page
paperback reprints Bartlett's papers over the past 30 years, and includes
articles on crude oil depletion by L. David Roper and "Exponential
Growth As A Transient Phenomenon In Human History" (1976) by M.
King Hubbert. Chapters 6 and 7 give many activities that can be used in
middle-school math classrooms to help students gain a fundamental
understanding of the arithmetic of steady growth. See the table of
contents at the web page above.
A copy of the book and the DVD can be purchased for $30
($20 for orders of 4 or more) at the web page above or by calling the
Center for Science, Mathematics & Computer Education of the
University of Nebraska at 402/472-9304.
OVER 1,100 INFORMATIONAL RESOURCES FROM
PREVIOUS UPDATES & FROM MEMBERS AVAILABLE VIA
TOPIC OR KEYWORD SEARCH @
WILLMAR, MINNESOTA DESIGN TEAM
The Minnesota Design Team -- volunteer community design
professionals -- will be visiting Willmar in west central MN the
evening of Thursday, April 21 through April 23, 2005. The citizens of
Willmar are looking for professional assistance in helping to form a
future vision of their community.
Willmar is a large and complex community which,
historically, has been a transportation crossroads and agricultural
center. It has a large downtown area, several lakes, and other great
amenities. It is also a community that is changing: 37% of the
elementary students in Willmar are now Hispanic or Somali.
MDT leaders are currently building a team and are looking for
a wide range of professionals and expertise. 10 CEU credits are
available. If interested or for more information, please contact Peter
Musty at 612/823-1899 or email@example.com
REAL ESTATE SERVICES FOR THE TWIN CITIES
MnSCN member and realtor Michael Jon Olson of Ritzman
Realty offers discount real estate services for staff, board members,
volunteers, and contributors to Minnesota environmental and
sustainability organizations. Olson also works with home buyers on
environmental concerns (indoor air quality, toxins, gardens, access to
green space, bikeways, public transportation, etc.). See details at the
web page above.
FEINSTONE ENVIRONMENTAL AWARDS
The $1,000 annual Feinstone Award honors an individual who
has demonstrated significant leadership in developing and promoting
innovative sustainability practices within an urban context in the United
States. Up to four additional awards may be made at the $500 level by
the State University of New York College of Environmental Science
and Forestry in Syracuse, New York.
The deadline for submissions is February 21, 2005. See details
at the web site above.
ENERGY LOANS FOR PUBLIC ENTITIES
The State Energy Office is seeking applicants for its Energy
Investment Loan Program. Public schools, cities and counties use this
money -- $1.5 million maximum -- to finance energy-saving capital
improvements that have a simple payback of 10 years or less. Typically
expenditures are for:
* Conversions to alternative fuels.
* Lighting modifications.
* Roof insulation.
* Energy management systems.
* HVAC modifications.
The application process is simple -- no deadlines, approval
usually within 30 days -- and applicants do not compete for funds. For
more information contact Amy Bicek at 651/296-2429 or
SEE 140 GRANT/LOAN PROGRAMS AT
REGIONAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIPS
These regional organizations in Minnesota work to sustain the
state's natural resource-based communities and industries by
addressing community-identified agricultural, natural resources, and
tourism issues in partnership with the University of Minnesota (see
A Statewide Program Director is being hired for the St. Paul
office. Master's degree required. See details and application
BUILDING PERFORMANCE SPECIALIST
Shelter Source (http://www.sheltersupply.com/), a Minnesota
leader in energy efficient building products, is looking for an individual
with field experience to do building performance testing and related
activities. Interested persons may contact Tim McDonald at 612/597-
3399 or firstname.lastname@example.org
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH EDUCATOR
The Saint Paul/Ramsey County Department of Public Health
is hiring a person to provide education in the community on waste
reduction, residential toxicity reduction, recycling and waste
management. This person must understand the differences and
similarities among health education, general education, and social
Applications due February 15, 2005. Details at
http://www.co.ramsey.mn.us/hr/hrjobs.asp [select the Health Educator
MIDTOWN GREENWAY COALITION
This non-profit organization seeks a full-time community
organizer to help develop and improve the Midtown Greenway, a rails-
to-trails project running through culturally diverse south Minneapolis.
See details at the web site above.
ENVIRONMENTAL INTERNSHIP, City of Burnsville
ENVIRONMENTAL COORDINATOR, City of St. Paul Parks
PAID INTERNSHIP, Ploughshare Farm
TECHNICAL ASSISTANT, MN Waste Wise
INFORMATION SPECIALIST, Eureka Recycling
ODOR, ORGANIC WASTE & NOISE ANALYSIS PAID
INTERNSHIP, Hennepin Co.
EVENT MANAGER, Friends of the Mississippi River
FOR MORE JOB LISTINGS & JOBS WANTED SEE
THE ARCTIC NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE: A THREATENED
February 8, 2005 (Tues.), 7:00pm, Brainerd, MN
* Sponsor: Alaska Coalition of MN, Paul Bunyan Nature
* Slideshow and talk on the history, wildlife, controversy and
beauty of ANWR. The connection between climate change, your life
and the arctic will be explored.
For details contact Jacek Pruski, At email@example.com
TWIN CITIES GREEN DRINKS
February 9, 2005 (Wed.), 6:00 - 7:30 pm, Minneapolis, MN
* Sponsor: Green Drinks International (http://greendrinks.org),
part of a global non-movement - gathering the eco-minded to share,
connect, and renew.
Free; at Intelligent Nutrients (983 E. Hennepin Ave.). For
details on these second Wednesday-of-the-month gatherings, visit
http://www.o2umw.org/tcgd or call 651/636-0964 (press 3).
WINE, WOMEN & WATER
February 10, 2005 (Thurs.), 6:00pm, Dawson, MN
* Sponsor: Lac qui Parle-Yellow Bank Clean Water Partnership.
* Dinner of MN-produced foods and a conservation program on
the connection between urban and rural conservation practices and their
impact on our most valuable resource: water. Sue Roisen, local grape
grower, will share her family's experiences.
For details contact Mary Homan at 320/598-3319 or
FRANCES MOORE LAPPE' TALKS
February 11 & 12, 2005 (Fri. & Sat.): Northfield, Winona,
* 3 different talks by the author of "Diet for a Small Planet" and
"Hope's Edge" addressing:
* "Can we go beyond today's consumerism and 'me first' capitalism to
find paths we each can walk that will heal the planet?"
* "Food democracy [that] implies economic rules that encourage
communities to safeguard the soil, water and wildlife on which all our
lives and futures depend."
* The Power of Courage in a Culture of Fear.
For details see http://www.smallplanetinstitute.org/
TEACHING ABOUT CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES
February 15, 2005 (Tues.), 9:30am - 12:30pm, Duluth, MN
* Environmental education capacity building workshop
sponsored by the OEA.
* Is there a line between presenting a conservation ethic and
encouraging independent thinking? How do educators create an
inclusive, learning atmosphere that allows freedom of ideas and values
exploration? Is it possible to teach without bias? This interactive
workshop will be packed with exercises and reflections that apply to all
types of educational settings.
Free. For more detail and to reserve a space send an e-mail to
firstname.lastname@example.org (preferred) or call 218/855-5014.
MINNESOTA AIR, WATER AND WASTE CONFERENCE
February 15 - 17, 2005 (8:00am Tues. - 3:00pm Thurs.),
For details and registration see
PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENTS
February 17, 2005 (Thurs.), 3:00 - 5:00 pm, Baxter, MN
* Sponsor: Brainerd Area Environmental Learning Network.
* Charles Marohn with Community Growth Institute will
address the questions:
What exactly is the problem with PUDs that needs to be fixed? For
that matter, why do we even have PUDs? What is a PUD supposed to
do? They're given higher housing densities, but how is the density
calculated? What performance standards are all PUDs supposed to
meet? What is a Common Interest Community? What are the
economics of so-called Lease-Back/Rent-Back PUDs?
Free. For details contact Phil Hunsicker at 218/824-5095 or
JACKSON MEADOW: A RURAL RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY
February 17, 2005 (Thurs.), 1:00 - 2:00 pm, St. Paul, MN
* Sponsor: OEA.
* Slides and talk by Harold Teasdale, co-developer of a
pedestrian-oriented, conservation-based development in Marine (see
http://www.jacksonmeadow.com/) designed with a number of more
sustainable features than other smart growth developments.
Free. For details and to register contact Sally Peterson at
Sally.Peterson@no.address or 651/215-0286.
SUCCESS AND SUCCESSION ON THE LAND
February 19, 2005 (Sat.), 8:30am - 4:00pm, Morris, MN
* Sponsor: Sustainable Farming Association of MN.
* 14th annual conference focusing on the next generation of
farmers and their children, giving hope and inspiration, along with
practical guidance, to the energetic agricultural entrepreneurs of today
$15 - $55. For details and registration see
http://www.sfa-mn.org/pages/conference/index.php or call 320/760-8732.
MINNESOTA: A HISTORY OF THE LAND
February 21 & 22, 2005 (Mon. & Tues.), 8:00 - 10:00 pm,
* An epic four-part documentary that brings to life the
landscapes of Minnesota's past and the people who changed them.
Showing on Twin Cities Public Television (TPT2).
"Free." Teacher's guides available soon. For details see
February 22, 2005 (Tues.), noon - 1:00pm, St. Paul, MN
* Sponsor: OEA.
* Slides and talk by Dr. Sue Swanson of Mahtomedi on her visit
to Sweden last year and about eco-municipalities (see
Free. For details and to register contact Sally Peterson at
Sally.Peterson@no.address or 651/215-0286.
DECENTRALIZED WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT
February 23, 2005 (Wed.), 11:30am - 1:30pm, St. Louis Park, MN
* Sponsor: Sensible Land Use Coalition.
* Luncheon presentation by Curtis Sparks of North American
Wetland Engineering on alternatives for creative subdivision planning,
including residential development clusters, for urbanizing rural
$30 - $50. For details and registration see
http://www.sensibleland.org or call 952/474-3302.
GREEN MARKETING 101
February 23, 2005 (Wed.), 6:00 - 8:30 pm, Minneapolis, MN
* Sponsor: Living Green Expo.
* This workshop, lead by Christina Manning, an environmental
psychologist in St. Paul, is about effectively using a public display
booth to foster more sustainable behavior change in those who visit the
booth. It has been developed specifically for exhibitors to the April 30
& May 1, 2005 Living Green Expo in St. Paul. Topics covered include:
- matching your message to your audience
- uncovering hidden barriers your customers face in making more
- using tools such as commitments, prompts and incentives to support
- setting up an eye-catching booth
Free; at The IN (983 E. Hennepin Ave.). For more details
contact Sean Gosiewski at email@example.com or
RENEWABLE ENERGY IN THE UPPER MIDWEST
February 23 - 24, 2005 (Wed. - Thurs.), Grand Forks, ND
* Sponsor: Energy & Environmental Research Center.
* Conference on topics of particular interest to advancing
energy independence and economic development opportunities in the
region. Wind, bio-power and hydrogen are featured, with speakers and
updates on regional projects. Includes a Renewable Energy Expo
featuring major exhibits from the nation's renewable energy companies,
groups and associations.
Free - $100. For details and registration see
OPEN SPACE WORKSHOP
February 23, 2005 (Wed.), 6:30 - 8:30 pm, Maple Grove, MN
* Sponsor: Sierra Club.
* A workshop for residents of Maple Grove that will examine
the economic, environmental, and community impacts of suburban
sprawl, and teach participants how they can make a difference in
preserving open space and their quality of life.
Free; at the Maple Grove Community Center. For details call
Frank at 651/690-9211.
DOWNTOWN PLANNING, DESIGN & IMPLEMENTATION
February 23, 2005 (Wed.), 8:30am - 4:00pm, Staples, MN
Contact Dan Frank at firstname.lastname@example.org or 320/632-9255
ext. 2056 for further information.
TOMORROW'S ENERGY IN COMMUNITIES TODAY
February 28, 2005 (Mon.), 9:00am - 4:30pm, St. Cloud, MN
* For details and registration see
http://www.cleanenergyresourceteams.org/ or call Margaret Broeren at
651/645-6159, ext. 6.
SUSTAINING LANDS & PEOPLES
February 28, 2005 (Mon.), 7:00pm, Minneapolis, MN
* Sponsors include MN Institute for Sustainable Agriculture &
Renewing the Countryside.
* Gary Nabhan, ethnobiologist, will discuss his two recent
books: "Cross-Pollinations: The Marriage of Science and Poetry" and
"A New Plateau: Sustaining the Lands and Peoples of Canyon
Country," stories of people innovatively applying the principles of
sustainability into their farms, business and community initiatives.
Free; at Open Book (see http://www.openbookmn.org).
MSU SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE
February 28 - March 4, 2005 (Mon. - Wed.), Mankato, MN
* Mankato State University Students for Sustainable
* Monday will feature discussion groups, workshops, lectures
and information tabling by organizations. Topics include moral
capitalism, green campus initiatives, cordwood building, rain gardens,
value-added waste processing and sustainable suburbs. Tuesday
evening lectures are on US energy policy and the Gulf of Mexico dead
zone. The Wednesday International Sustainability Night features talks
on global sustainability (including Japan and the global south),
sustainable transportation in Ireland, and Sweden's eco-municipalities.
Free. For details contact Zack Ellsworth at 507/382-6935 or
FUTURE OF COMMERCIAL SHORELAND IN CENTRAL &
March 2, 2005 (Wed.), 9:00am - 4:oopm, Brainerd, MN
* Presented by the Initiative Foundation; co-hosted by Explore
* Current and anticipated growth in Central MN (of up to 40%
over the next 30 years) provides the region an opportunity to articulate
what our vision of the future looks like; to influence the type and
location of development we desire; to preserve the assets which make
our communities so desirable; and to work together in new ways to
create a model of what sustainable development looks like in a region
that - despite increasing economic diversity - remains wed to the
tourism and recreation industries. Concerned stakeholders are invited to
discuss these issues and themes.
Speakers include land use planner Randall Arendt, MPCA
Commissioner Sheryl Corrigan, and John Edman, the Director of
$25 (includes lunch). For details and registration contact the
Foundation at 320/632-9255.
SHORELAND EDUCATION WORKSHOPS
February through September, 2005 (Fri. & Sat.), statewide
* Sponsor: University of Minnesota Extension Service.
* 18 workshops around the state for lake associations, shoreland
property owners, resource professionals and government staff on the
topics of shoreland volunteerism for lake and watershed stewardship,
shoreland revegetation and shoreland plants.
$15 - $60. For details and registration see
http://www.extension.umn.edu/water/shore/workshops.htm or contact
Emily Wolf at 218/998-5790 or 888/241-0843.
WILD GARDENER LANDSCAPING SERIES
February & March, 2005 (6:30 - 8:30 pm. Thurs.),
* Sponsor: Maplewood Nature Center & Neighborhood
* 4 workshops: Why Go Native? (2/24), Native Trees & Shrubs
(3/3), Wild Gardens: Visions & Practicalities (3/10), Woodland
Wildflower & Butterfly Gardens (3/17).
$25-$50 per session/household. For details and registration
See http://www.nextstep.state.mn.us/calendar.cfm for --
-- OTHER EVENTS
-- EVENTS LISTED IN PREVIOUS UPDATES
-- COMPLETE CALENDARS FOR
Renewable Energy & Sustainable Living
Sustainable Agriculture - note many winter conferences
THIS BI-WEEKLY E-MAIL UPDATE *
is sent today to 2,584 people by the e-mail list (listserv)
moderator, staff of the sustainable communities team at the
Minnesota Office of Environmental Assistance (OEA), a state
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some point you would like to be removed from the list, please
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