Events & Resources
Free Technical Support Opportunity
Sustainable CT has partnered with the Nature Conservancy to offer free Community Resilience Building Workshops to Sustainable CT communities across the state. By participating in a Community Resilience Building Workshop your city or town will satisfy the requirements for two Sustainable CT actions: Assess Climate Vulnerability and Innovation Action (for undertaking community resilience planning).
The CT Chapter of the Nature Conservancy team, in partnership with Sustainable CT staff, will facilitate a half-day work session and provide your community with all submission requirements needed to satisfy these two actions, earning your community up to 35 points.
Letters of interest due Friday, April 6, 2018.
Connecticut Recyclers Coalition (CRC)
Connecticut's cities and towns are currently working to update their individual recycling ordinances. The Connecticut Recyclers Coalition invites you to their Breakfast Series, focusing on the topics which provide municipalities with key, timely information to successfully undertake this important task. Register now.
Thursday, February 22, 2018 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Sustainable CT Fellowship Program
Through the Sustainable CT Fellowship Program, students from Connecticut colleges and universities will receive training, supervision, and a stipend to help our communities implement Sustainable CT actions and obtain points towards certification.
Deadline: February 23, 2018. College and university students: Apply for the Summer 2018 Sustainable CT Fellowship Program.
UConn CLEAR Webinars
February 27, 2018, 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. - Join UConn CLEAR to explore Sustainable CT, a new statewide, sustainability certification program for Connecticut's cities and towns. Registration for the webinar is available now.
CCM Emergency Management Symposium 2018
Wednesday April 4, 2018 (All Day) - Join public safety officials and other emergency management professionals for the 13th Annual Connecticut Emergency Management Symposium. This event offers informative workshops, interactive discussions and networking opportunities. The event is free to municipal, local and state officials, but attendance is only limited to the first 400 registrants. Registration is now open.