Town of Huntsville has funded two bursaries for students in the field of environmental and/or health research. Each bursary is in the amount of $1250.00 annually, and applicants may be eligible for up to three years. Detailed information can be found online at
Preference will be given to applications which link to the Town of Huntsville’s Unity Plan
The deadline for applications is April 16th at 12 midnight, 2012.
Applications may be submitted by e?mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or submitted to Rebecca Francis, Town of
Huntsville Sustainability Coordinator, 37 Main St. E. 2nd flr. between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm.
For more info please contact:
We know you’re excited and want to get going on your submission, but before you do, check out the details of what’s required below.
Who’s Eligible to Enter?
Only those that can answer “yes” to each of the following can enter:
- Legal resident of Canada
- 18 years or older
- Enrolled as a part-time or full-time student in a post-secondary educational institution in Canada
- Individuals or teams of up to four (4) people
Due to legal requirements in the province of Quebec, Walmart Associates in Quebec or their family members who live in the same residence are not eligible to participate.
How to Enter
- 1. Make sure you’re eligible
- 2. Come up with a stellar sustainable business practice that is good for the environment and the bottom-line
- 3. Prepare a written proposal (up to 4 pages) in Powerpoint, Word, or PDF that can include hyperlinks to other reference material
- 4. Prepare supplemental video (AVI, MP3, MOV or
The Sustainable Prosperity Research and Policy Network (SP Network) invites proposals for research projects on market-based approaches to environmental protection and economic sustainability. Priority will go to proposals that respond to the research topics below, especially those suggested in Appendix 1. Proposals should be a maximum of two pages and may be submitted on any policy-relevant topic however. Grants will normally be under $8,000. We encourage applications by November 17, 2011 or earlier, although later applications will be accepted subject to funding availability. Decisions will be made promptly and be based on reviews by a subcommittee of SP’s research network and staff.
Priority Areas for Research (Fall 2011)
Proposals may be submitted on any topic concerned with market-based policy or flexible regulatory approaches to enhance environmental protection and economic sustainability. However, the following research topics have been identified as priorities for the coming year. Appendix 1 provides additional information on priorities within(…)
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Just a quick note to say registration is now open for our May 3 credit course UBC LFS302 Int’l Field Studies in Sustainable Agriculture Cuba. Open to international students and other interested parties through ACCESS UBC, the course runs from April 30th to May 22nd. I have some discount air seats held till March 31.
Here is the UBC link. Be sure to click on the videos of Brittany Buchanan (former student), Gregory Biniowsky and Mavis Alvarez.
Interested? Call me at 604-947-2893. Its a GREAT experience!