Whether we think of it on a day-to-day basis or not, climate change affects us all, and it will continue to have a greater impact as time goes on. While at times it can feel overwhelming to figure out how we can make the best choices for the climate while running our businesses and living our lives, there are so many opportunities to both calm the overwhelm and choose options that are both good for the planet and save money. Join Kelly Klein, representative for the small business community on the Vermont Climate Council, and Alex Arnold, climate coach and host of The Quiet Activists online community, for a discussion about what Vermont is doing to support our businesses, our people, and the climate.————————————–
Due to concerns around COVID-19 this event will be held virtually through Zoom. An email containing the link will be sent prior to the event date. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Christine at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kelly Klein is the founder and CEO of Groennfell Meadery, a certified B Corp located in St. Albans, Vermont which produces craft beverages brewed from honey. Kelly has worked since the company’s founding to use the business as a force for good and to create a healthy, supportive environment for their employees. She has served as the representative for the Small Business Community on the Vermont Climate Council since 2020.
Alex Arnold (she/her) Arnold is an ICF-accredited personal development and climate coach with a Master’s in Organization Psychology. She is the host of The Quiet Activists online community, where she uses positive psychology and Appreciative Inquiry to help introverted and highly sensitive people shift from climate anxiety to inspired action. She is the Program Director at The Taos Institute and recently joined Community Harvest of Central Vermont, a gleaning program reducing food waste and providing neighbors in need with fresh & nutritious food.
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Vermont Federal Credit Union, Clute Wealth Management, Marketing Partners, Runway Auto and the Women’s Small Business Program (WSBP) at Mercy Connections.