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GPIA Alumna Ashlee Tuttleman Designs Social Impact Programs Increasing Profits for Rwandan Coffee Farmers

Ashlee is the Social Enterprise Project Manager at Sustainable Harvest Rwanda, where she designs and implements social impact programs that improve information exchange among coffee origins and along the coffee supply chain. Programs she designs reinvest premiums earned through coffee processing back to the farmers.

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“Change Strategies for Sustainable Cities” Class Provides Recommendations for PlaNYC


*Reposted from the Sustainable Milano blog: In the Spring 2014 semester, Professor John Clinton, founder of the Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management M.S. program, taught a one-time offering called “Change Strategies for Sustainable Cities”. In class, graduate students from Milano andParsons engaged in discussions of what “sustainability” really means, what it looks like when cities take sustainability seriously, and how New …

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Sustainability Events Spring 2014

Sust. Poster

Sustainability Poster Spring 2014 

GPIA Prof. Sakiko Fukuda-Parr Discusses Human Rights at UN


GPIA Profesor Sakiko Fukuda-Parr is scheduled to be part of a panel that will present at the United Nations on this Tuesday, Feb. 4th. According to panel organizers, “this event will reflect on the causes, costs and consequences of rising economic, social, and environmental inequalities, and consider concrete ways in which the SDGs can contribute to the dismantling of discrimination and help address inequalities – including gender inequalities and inequities in global governance.”

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EPSM Student Caroline Razook wins Start Something that Matters fellowship


Congratulations to Caroline Razook, EPSM student, who has won the Start Something that Matters fellowship (set up by founder of TOM’s shoes) and was a semi-finalist at the Dell Social Innovation Challenge for her innovative project Umbrellas for Water. The Start Something Foundation gives grants for student social entrepreneurs and the organizations that support them.

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