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The Plant-Based Revolution

By Mikki Morrissette March 29, 2019 As an entrepreneur, Michelle Courtright has run a creative brand agency and owned the co-working space Flock. What she could not envision was how breast cancer would invigorate her desire to open a plant- based restaurant. Chemotherapy, an infection, and surgery had her bedridden for months. She emerged asking […]

Climate workshop Saturday

By Eric Johnson April 3, 2019 Everybody loves a good story and if it can help the world around us, all the better. From 1-3 p.m. on Saturday, the Jay C. Hormel Nature center will host its first ever Climate Generation Workshop. The goal of the workshop is to empower individuals to openly engage in […]

Workshop Helps with Climate Change Conversations

By Arman Rahman March 25, 2019 AICHO and Climate Generation hold two day Climate Institute. DULUTH, Minn.- The American Indian Community Housing Organization (AICHO) and Climate Generation hosted a climate institute in Duluth. The two-day event aims to open up meaningful conversations about climate change, humanizing what they say is a normally science-dominated discussion. “We’re […]

Food Choices and Climate Change

J. Selby’s Podcast February 10, 2019 In this, the first ever J. Selby’s podcast, Matt sits down with Janet Brown from Climate Generation to talk about Will Steger, Climate Generation, Climate Change and the effects of our dietary choices on our planets climate. https://media.climategen.org/20190210-janet-j-selby-food-choices-and-climate-change.mp3   Listen to the full episode online here

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Corporate leaders at COP24

By Tim Nixon January 25, 2019 There are increasing signs that sustainability is not just a feel-good, “you know it when you see it” trend. As investors, procurement officers, consumers and regulators look for benefits in addition to short term profitability, sustainability in the form of environmental, social and corporate governance leadership is becoming a […]