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Date: November 18, 2011

Outreach Coordinator, Union of Concerned Scientists, Cambridge, MA or Washington, DC

The Climate and Energy Outreach Coordinator will work with a multi-disciplinary program team to advance the goals of the department by coordinating and implementing a variety of outreach and capacity-building activities at the national, state, and regional levels. Priorities include: (a) actively participating and leading priority projects in both the climate and the energy campaigns; (b) strengthening the outreach capacity in UCS priority states, most especially the Midwest; (c) leading the development of new or expanded departmental outreach efforts; and (d) engaging UCS activists, experts, and coalition partners to achieve state and federal policy and public education goals.
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Manager, Environmental Sustainability, ARAMARK

Food services provider ARAMARK is seeking a manager of environmental sustainability to enhance its ability to meet clients’ environmental interests, including those on higher education campuses. Duties include the management of ARAMARK’s Environmental Internship Program; the development of enterprise-wide environmental tools and trainings; and the engagement of employees in environmental volunteerism. Successful candidates will have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree related to environmental policy, science or business with experience in environmental issues.

To apply, click here search for job number: 70657.

Sustainability Coordinator, Franklin Pierce U

Franklin Pierce University (NH) seeks a sustainability coordinator for its Rindge Campus. The position will work with faculty, students, staff and senior administration to develop and coordinate programs in sustainability education, recycling, and resource and energy conservation/efficiency. The position will teach up to two sustainability-related courses per semester. Successful candidates will have a master’s degree in resources management, environmental science or a closely related discipline.

Applications will be accepted through Nov. 30, 2011.

Dec 1: Products, Plastics, Putrefaction, and Power: Rethinking How We Manage Materials to Achieve Just Sustainability

When: Thursday, December 1, 2011, 5:30 p.m.
Where: Geological Lecture Hall, 24 Oxford St., Cambridge, MA
The majority of urban trash is plastic or biodegradable. What is the best way to manage these materials? Businesses and environmentalists are battling it out right now. Part of the Peabody Museum Trash Talk series of free lectures. A public reception follows at the Peabody Museum, 11 Divinity Ave., Cambridge.
Admission is FREE

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