Moab Master Leasing Plan Report is Released
The Keystone Center recently facilitated two Moab Master Leasing Plan Stakeholder Mapping Workshops that were initiated independent of the BLM’s MLP process. A final report is now available, which synthesizes the range of stakeholder input on interests and management suggestions.
The report is the result of six months’ work by a stakeholder group convened to study the state’s personal belief exemption policy and make recommendations to update it. Read more here.
The Licensing Educators for Academic Development (LEAD) Compact was formed to help inform legislation in the 2014 session regarding the entire educator continuum: preparation, licensure, professional development, and career pathways. The LEAD Compact met several times between August and December 2013. Find out more about the Compact, and read meeting summaries and final recommendations here.
We’re bringing together beef producers, packers, processors, retail and foodservice companies, and non-governmental organizations to discuss challenges and opportunities facing the sustainability of the beef supply chain. Read more here.
As consumers, we require reliable, secure, and affordable electric service. Today's utilities are being pressed to provide a smarter and more secure grid, and to offer products and services that can conflict with a traditional business model. Our Advancing Energy Innovations Regional Dialogue is bringing together leaders across the spectrums of energy and technology to collaborate on ideas for bridging this conflict and designing mutually beneficial policies and programs. Read more
We're very pleased to announce our honorees for the 2014 Keystone Leadership Awards, to be presented at our 21st Annual Awards Dinner on June 11th in Washington, DC. Click here to reserve your tables or tickets.
Field to Market: The Alliance for Sustainable Agriculture began as a project of The Keystone Center, a collaboration involving members from each link in the commodity agriculture supply chain to define sustainability in the face of increasing demand. The project accumulated a diverse membership, which has invested in tools and methods to increase production alongside enhanced environmental quality and human well-being. Now an independent, membership-driven non-profit, Field to Market has selected its first president. Read More
Congratulations to the Sustainable Purchasing Council, a new organization that officially launched on July 23rd (view a recording of the web launch here). Building on more than five years of work by The Keystone Center's Green Products Roundtable, the Council is a multi-sector, multi-stakeholder network whose mission is to support and recognize leadership of purchased goods and services that accelerates the transition to a prosperous and sustainable future. Read more about The Council and their work at their website.
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