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Program Outcomes

Developing the next generation of sustainability leaders

This program brings together individuals for an eight-month course focused on leadership development and the triple bottom line of environmental, social and economic responsibility.

Areas of Focus

You will learn how to

LEADERSHIP – Developing the skills necessary to create effective solutions.
ENVIRONMENTAL – Leaving less of an impact and preserving natural resources.
SOCIAL – Building positive relationships for a more equitable and inclusive world.
ECONOMIC – Having a positive impact on the economic environment.


  • Connect your strengths with the needs of the world.
  • Learn and practice emerging leadership skills and knowledge.
  • Implement innovative solutions to achieve social, economic, and ecological wellbeing.
  • Develop deep and professional relationships with local change-makers.


This training is transformative – Jensen Morgan, City of Fort Collins, Business Analyst

Sessions Include the Following Topics


  • What is the Triple Bottom Line and why does it matter?
  • Measuring Sustainability & Theory of Change
  • Energy and Efficiency
  • Pursuing Purpose in Addition to Profit
  • Waste Reduction
  • Advancing Racial Equity
  • Advocacy, Policy and Education
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Climate Action and Adaptation Planning
  • Best for Colorado and B-Corp Certification
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Managing a Machine or Leading in a Living System



  • Sustainable Business Approaches
  • Policy and Advocacy for Business
  • Living Environments in Natural, Social and Economic Systems
  • Sustainability through Wetlands
  • Water in Colorado
  • Frontiers of Sustainability
  • Messaging for Change Workshop
  • The Environmental Movement in Sustainability
  • ROI & Cost Benefit Analysis
  • Conservation Leadership
  • Leveraging your Company’s Weight to Influence Climate Policy
  • Business Practices & Moving Towards a Regenerative Model