• Brendan Landry at work
    Teach a Man to Fish

    Brendan Landry ‘17 is all about fish and fishermen. Learn how his sustainability fellowship put him on a path to follow his passion.

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  • UNH faculty attend UArctic meeting Stockholm
    UNH joins University of the Arctic

    The University of New Hampshire has joined the University of the Arctic, marking an official pledge to continue and expand on its polar expertise.

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  • Alley Leach and Jennifer Andrews holding trophy for innovator of the year
    Innovating Campus Sustainability

    Jennifer Andrews ’02, ’08G and Allison Leach ’18G have been named the 2019 J. Brent Loy Innovators of the Year for developing SIMAP (Sustainability Indicator Management and Analysis Platform), a carbon and nitrogen-accounting platform used by more than 500 colleges and universities internationally to track, analyze and improve their sustainability. 

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  • Center for Social Innovation & Enterprise joins SI

    We are delighted to share that UNH’s Center for Social Innovation and Enterprise (CSIE) – a joint venture of Paul College of Business and Economics and the Carsey School of Public Policy since 2015 - has joined with UNH’s Sustainability Institute (UNHSI) and moved its base of operations to the Institute. 

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  • 2019 Sustainability Fellows
    APPLY TODAY: 2020 Summer Fellowships & Internships

    What are you doing this summer?

    Apply today to become a Social Innovation Intern or Sustainability Fellow!


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Mission-Driven Business Models: A Movement Towards an Inclusive & Equitable Econ 12:40 PM to 2:00 PM

12:40 PM to 2:00 PM - Memorial Union Building Granite State Room: Changemaker Speaker Series #3: Exploring Business as a Force for GoodMission-Driven Business Models: A Movement Towards an Inclusive & Equitable EconomyFebruary 25, 202012:40-2:00 PMGranite State Room, MUBDurham, NHFREE & OPEN TO ALL!Thank you to our Lead Co-Host: Responsible Governance & Sustainable Citizenship Project/College of Liberal ArtsThank you to our Co-Hosts: Carsey School of Public Policy, Peter T. Paul College of Business & Economics, Sustainability InstituteBringing innovative and inspiring business leaders to campus to talk all things People, Planet and Profits. Panelists discuss a variety of topics and ways to utilize business as a force to make the world a better place. During this panel discussion, guest speakers from CCA Global Partners, ReVision Energy and W.S. Badger will discuss new and emerging ideas about employee ownership, cooperatives and Benefit Corporations.

Semester in the City: Open House Trip to Boston 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

9:00 AM to 4:00 PM - Boston, MA: FREE TRIP TO BOSTON! Visit and learn all about the Semester in the City (SITC) program, meet current students, and see Boston! If you're thinking about SITC, don't miss this opportunity to explore the program first-hand! You can make the world a better place AND boost your resume at the same time! Friday, February 28, 20209:00 a.m. (Free bus to Boston) Meet at the Dairy Bar on Main Street2:00 p.m. (Free bus ride back to UNH) Bus leaves Boston at 2:00 p.m.4:00 p.m. approximate arrival time in DurhamSpace is limited - sign up by February 21! During this Open House, you'll have the opportunity to:- Meet current Semester in the City students- Learn about their internship placements- Learn about housing and other logistics- Sign up to shadow a student for a day- Participate in an interactive workshopSemester in the City features:- 30+ hr/week internship at a mission-driven organization- One Wednesday evening course & Friday full-day reflection workshops- 16 UNH credits- Furnished apartment in the BU/BC area- Unlimited MBTA Pass (commute AND explore the city!)- $600 living stipend- No additional fees. Pay your UNH tuition. Financial aid applies.

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The Sustainability Institute brings diverse people and ideas together to make the university a model sustainable learning community that reaches beyond campus to engage state, regional, national, and international partners to advance sustainable solutions.