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posted Apr 4, 2012, 12:24 PM by Berkshire Dome

Anna is coool....jsdhfg;djkshag;jkhas;.Berkshire School uses a conceptual model to present sustainability as the pursuit toward three interrelated objectives: 1) environmental integrity; 2) economic justice; and 3) social equity. In this definition, faculty and staff are encouraged to begin thinking about sustainability from any of these three perspectives. Faculty engage students “where they are at” and incorporate the thinking of many viewpoints to “move toward the center” of the sustainability triangle.Berkshire School uses a conceptual model to present sustainability as the pursuit toward three interrelated objectives: 1) environmental integrity; 2) economic justice; and 3) social equity. In this definition, faculty and staff are encouraged to begin thinking about sustainability from any of these three perspectives. Faculty engage students “where they are at” and incorporate the thinking of many viewpoints to “move toward the center” of the sustainability triangle.Berkshire School uses a conceptual model to present sustainability as the pursuit toward three interrelated objectives: 1) environmental integrity; 2) economic justice; and 3) social equity. In this definition, faculty and staff are encouraged to begin thinking about sustainability from any of these three perspectives. Faculty engage students “where they are at” and incorporate the thinking of many viewpoints to “move toward the center” of the sustainability triangle.Berkshire School uses a conceptual model to present sustainability as the pursuit toward three interrelated objectives: 1) environmental integrity; 2) economic justice; and 3) social equity. In this definition, faculty and staff are encouraged to begin thinking about sustainability from any of these three perspectives. Faculty engage students “where they are at” and incorporate the thinking of many viewpoints to “move toward the center” of the sustainability triangle.Berkshire School uses a conceptual model to present sustainability as the pursuit toward three interrelated objectives: 1) environmental integrity; 2) economic justice; and 3) social equity. In this definition, faculty and staff are encouraged to begin thinking about sustainability from any of these three perspectives. Faculty engage students “where they are at” and incorporate the thinking of many viewpoints to “move toward the center” of the sustainability triangle.Berkshire School uses a conceptual model to present sustainability as the pursuit toward three interrelated objectives: 1) environmental integrity; 2) economic justice; and 3) social equity. In this definition, faculty and staff are encouraged to begin thinking about sustainability from any of these three perspectives. Faculty engage students “where they are at” and incorporate the thinking of many viewpoints to “move toward the center” of the sustainability triangle.Berkshire School uses a conceptual model to present sustainability as the pursuit toward three interrelated objectives: 1) environmental integrity; 2) economic justice; and 3) social equity. In this definition, faculty and staff are encouraged to begin thinking about sustainability from any of these three perspectives. Faculty engage students “where they are at” and incorporate the thinking of many viewpoints to “move toward the center” of the sustainability triangle.

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