Tuesday, March 28, 2006

ReInvesting in Community. A Librarian at Every Table. No. 334.

ReInvesting in Community for a Triple Bottom Line - Conference.
Terry Link, Director of the Office of Campus Sustainability is also
Environmental Studies Specialist and Head of the Urban Planning and Landscape Architecture Library.

Michigan State University's Community Economic Development Program and
Office of Campus Sustainability are hosting the 19th Annual Community Development Institute on April 5 at the Kellogg Center on the campus of MSU. This year's event will focus on emerging trends to align investments from institutional investors - university endowments, foundation
endowments, and pension funds with community development and socially and environmentally responsible goals.

Keynoting the event will be Dr. Hazel Henderson an economist, futurist and author and Vic DeLuca, president of the Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation. They will be joined by other leaders from Socially and Environmentally Resonsible Investing community highlighting emerging opportunities to rebuild our communities through sound financial, social, and environmental investments.

Concerned citizens, activists, students and scholars should join us for a day of
exploring exciting and emerging efforts to utilize institutional financial
capital to spark "responsible community development" in our own backyards.
Taking the single bottom line approach and optimizing it for a triple-bottom-line return.

For details --PFD file--see the conference brochure.

Terry Link, Director
Office of Campus Sustainability
Michigan State University


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