Burt’s Bees’ Paula Alexander Joins MBA Guest-Lecturer Series to Talk About Sustainability Practices
As part of the guest-lecturer series in Jessica Thomas’ MBA 582: Sustainability and Business course, Paula Alexander, director of sustainable business and innovation at Burt’s Bees, spoke to Jenkins graduate students about sustainability.
VF Purpose-driven Business Speaker Series with Reggie Miller
BSC Associate, Hannah Stone, reflects on her interview with Reggie Miller, Global VP of Inclusion and Diversity at VF Corporation and shares how she learned that listening is the first step in building a purpose-driven company.
VF Purpose Driven Speaker Series Conversation with Roian Atwood
A student perspective on having the opportunity to have a conversation with Roian Atwood, the Director of Sustainability for Wrangler and Lee Brand Jeans.
Funds available for longleaf pine restoration
Once called "the land of the longleaf pine," there are few longleaf pine forests left in North Carolina. This year, more federal funds are available for longleaf pine restoration efforts.
SEWAGE SPILL RUINS ENO RIVER ASSOCIATION HEADQUARTERS
Repairs may reach $100,000 to clean up the Eno River Association's offices after a disastrous sewage failure.
PLANNED DURHAM “AGRIHOOD” BRINGS A FARM-CENTERED MODEL OF SUBURBAN DEVELOPMENT
A proposed development north of Durham will offer residents an amenity farm and 140 acres of shared conservation land.
OLD, POLLUTED DYE FACTORY BECOMES ECO-INDUSTRIAL PARK
From superfund site to a hub for clean energy and sustainable business, Charlotte's ReVenture Park is rethinking the role of industry.
EASTERN BAND OF CHEROKEE SEEKS CLEAN ENERGY FUNDING
Tribal leaders are seeking to advance projects in solar, combined heat and power and energy efficiency.
TRIBE OPENS NATIVE PLANT NURSERY
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians is celebrating the opening of a cutting-edge, environmentally-friendly plant nursery to support its conservation efforts.
DUCKS UNLIMITED ACHIEVES 100,000 ACRE CONSERVATION GOAL IN NC
From wetlands to woodland, the hunting and conservation organization is celebrating a major milestone in preserving North Carolina wildlife habitat.