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  • The companion poster and brochure work together to give the user both a content-rich as well as a visual experience of GMC’s vision.
    The companion poster and brochure work together to give the user both a content-rich as well as a visual experience of GMC’s vision.
  • The brochure contains all the language from GMC's five initiatives for authentic sustainability.
    The brochure contains all the language from GMC's five initiatives for authentic sustainability.
  • As the user unfolds the poster, abbreviated messaging from the five initiatives is revealed.
    As the user unfolds the poster, abbreviated messaging from the five initiatives is revealed.
  • The poster uses more aspirational language about authentic sustainability. It is currently being displayed throughout GMC’s campus and offices.
    The poster uses more aspirational language about authentic sustainability. It is currently being displayed throughout GMC’s campus and offices.
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One of kor’s educational clients, Green Mountain College, is a leader in authentic sustainability.

Achieving authentic sustainability goes beyond limiting negative impact—it includes giving more than we take— so that we have a net positive impact. GMC has made a commitment toward more adaptable and enduring models of social, ecological, and economic practices through their visionary 8-year strategic plan, Sustainability 2020. www.greenmtn.edu/sustainability2020

The goal of the plan is to understand our impact on ecological and social communities and create ways that humans can thrive without depriving future generations.

To communicate the initiatives and unveil the plan, kor created two pieces: a small summary brochure and a fold-out poster. Both pieces highlight the steps GMC will take to build, restore, boost, and expand their progress toward becoming an international center for excellence for sustainable teaching and practice.

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