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The Future of Environmental Leadership

Julian Agyeman, professor and chair in the Department of Urban and Environmental Planning at Tufts, recently blogged about scaling up inclusion and diversity in environmental organizations:

How should conservation organizations in the U.S. and elsewhere respond to the demographic and cultural shifts that are unfolding and will gain pace? What strategies for the inclusion of a more diverse base should be developed now that this is not only a moral question, but one of organizational effectiveness and even survival?

Agyeman is a member of the Stewardship Council of the Masschusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation.

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Ticket to Walk/Ride

The Green Streets Initiative blogged about how four Urban and Environmental Planning and Policy graduate students — Jaclyn DeVore, Emily Earle, Alex Krogh-Grabbe and Danilo Morales — will be helping them over the course of the spring semester for their field project seminar:

Working with professors Rusty Russell, Ph.D., and Rachel Brandt, Ph.D., as well as the Green Streets and Somerville’s Shape Up Somerville staff, the students have come up with a proposal for a Green Streets field project.

During the spring semester, Devore, Earle, Krogh-Grabbe, and Morales will be looking at regionalizing Walk/Ride Days in the Boston region. They will create a marketing and PR plan and other tools, based on research they will conduct.

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