The foreign study program in southern Africa highlights the global perspective of the Environemental Studies Program. Applications are due February 1, 2015. Apply now at http://ocp-prod.dartmouth.edu/.
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Don't Miss! Jan 15, Off-Campus Academic Programs Fair, 4:30-7pm, Collis
Are you hoping to study abroad/away during your Dartmouth career?
Seize this opportunity to Explore, Engage, and Excel... Join us on Thursday, January 15th, 2015, from 4:30 to 7 pm.
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Collis Commonground and Collis 101
Come visit booths from 4:30 to 7pm set up by Dartmouth's 40+ faculty-led programs as well as...
Through a partnership with the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation—the first such partnership for an Ivy League school—Dartmouth’s most promising undergraduates have a new opportunity to pursue action-based learning during their junior and senior years.
On September 30th, 2013, students in the ENVS 17: Marine Policy class journeyed to Boston for first-hand experience exploring oceans ecosystems, learning about ocean science, and understanding marine conservation efforts. The trip started at the New England Aquarium, where students were able to observe many marine species in simulated habitats. We then set sail with the SEA Semester Program on board their research and education vessel, the SSV Corwith Cramer. During the three hour sail,...[more]
Economics Modified with Environmental Studies Major
My degree in Economics modified with Environmental Studies has propelled me further than I could have imagined. Since graduating, I spent several years in the consulting world helping companies, agencies, and other groups green their operations. In early 2014, I co-founded SparkFund, a start-up in Washington DC that provides streamlined financing for energy efficiency projects...[more]
Joe Indvik ’10 is a self-described “energy-efficiency nerd,” but he didn’t start out that way. In his own words, the entrepreneur and Boone, Iowa, native arrived at Dartmouth as a climate change skeptic.
Unlocking the energy efficiency market: How better financing, smart technology, and aggressive entrepreneurship can make it happen.
Joe Indvik ’10, Co-Founder and President of SparkFund, is an entrepreneur and consultant focused on making energy efficiency happen at scale. He will talk about how his startup is unlocking the small project market, and some key lessons learned.
It’s a sign of change in the U.S.’s business landscape when a company as “mainstream” as Walmart is considered to be a global renewable energy leader. The company has an aspirational goal to draw 100% of its power supplies from renewable energy. While the goal has no target deadline, Walmart is nonetheless the largest onsite renewables user in the U.S., and continues to make progress toward its goal.
What does renewable energy do for Walmart? Andrew Winston has the answer, and it has...[more]
Dan's film is being shown on PBS nationwide! To see the NHPT schedule go to http://www.nhptv.org/schedule/summary.aspx?progId=GrowingCities0.
To read further about Dan Susman and his documentary Growing Cities, click here.
Andrew Winston is a global thought leader on business strategy and speaks globally about how companies can profit in a volatile world. He advises many of the world’s leading companies, helping them develop new strategies through his provocative ideas and next generation frameworks. Known for his bestselling book, Green to Gold, he joins us to discuss his new book, The Big Pivot, a groundbreaking look at the world’s mega-challenges and how corporate strategy and tactics need to change to...[more]