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  • Our Board Sustainable Path
    to future generations and to combine his financial and volunteer support with the partners to better help those in our region working towards this mission He serves on seminar and grants committees and has been a member of the board since 2011 He has especially valued his time as liaison to one of SPF s grantees Climate Solutions After pursuing bio medical research for over 35 years Peter now fulfills his passion for science by evaluating research that could help provide clues to or opportunities for systemic sustainability and enjoys biking hiking and gardening for relaxation Next Nan McKay Nan McKay is a consultant to nonprofit organizations and foundations She developed and led the Environmental Sustainability Program for The Russell Family Foundation During her six years with TRFF Nan managed the award of 350 grants to 157 nonprofit organizations in Washington state From 1985 to 2002 Nan served three Washington Governors in leading work to clean up and protect Puget Sound She chaired the Puget Sound Action Team and was deputy director and executive director of the Puget Sound Water Quality Authority She also worked on energy policy with local governments in the Northwest and spent seven years at the League of Oregon Cities working on land use and growth management community and economic development election laws juvenile justice jail standards municipal courts emergency medical services and energy policy She has served on and chaired a variety of public and nonprofit boards commissions and task forces working on issues including energy conservation land use mental health international relations libraries jail standards ethics environmental education sustainability coastal indicators and management of estuaries Next Jennifer Slack Jennifer Slack was born and educated in Northern California earning a BSc in biology from California State University Chico Having moved to the Puget Sound region

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  • Our Story - Sustainable Path Sustainable Path
    Immunex s successes through their knowledge and skill in science drug development and business Their goal was to carry on the shared culture of scientific expertise and a collaborative work ethic while combining it with philanthropy to create an organization based on scientifically informed giving and problem solving First known as The Yet To Be Named or YTBN Foundation then the Seattle Biotech Legacy Foundation and finally renamed more aptly as Sustainable Path Foundation In 2012 we celebrated our 10th anniversary Since 2002 we have funded over 1 2 million to a variety of projects such as Citizen scientists collecting data to monitor wildlife and environmental health Research that helped establish strong requirements in WA State for makers of children s products to disclose harmful chemicals and An initiative to change national accounting standards to recognize publically owned watersheds like the Cedar River Watershed as an asset on public utilities financials We also regularly convene a series of seminars and conversations on regionally important topics Some of these have included One of the first events to address the impacts of Ocean Acidification in the Puget Sound Biomimicry principles and its applications in our built environment Biocarbon storage potential in our forests farms and parks and Green chemistry Over the coming decade we will continue to identify gaps and emerging concepts to address sustainability issues in our regions If there are to be problems may they come during my life time so that I can resolve them and give my children the chance of a good life Kenyan proverb Our Vision Sustainable Path Foundation envisions a sustainable future based on scientific understanding and respect for the interconnected nature of our world Our Values We are hopeful and courageous We see the interconnected nature of the world We seek evidence based solutions

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  • News - Sustainable Path Sustainable Path
    Funding Areas Get Involved WHAT IS COLLECTIVE GIVING About Us Who We Are Our Staff Our Board Our Story News Contact News March Newsletter Read our latest news here February Newsletter Forming Impact Circle 6 and Announcing Our First Grant Cycle of 2016 Read more here Announcing Our 2015 Fall Grant Recipients Impact Circle 5 Announces New Grantees December 2015 Previous Seminar Extraordinary Tales from the Salish Sea We partnered with Town Hall for this event that drew over 200 to hear this fascinating talk Our Newsletters Find our archive of past newsletters here Our Vision Sustainable Path Foundation envisions a sustainable future based on scientific understanding and respect for the interconnected nature of our world Our Values We are hopeful and courageous We see the interconnected nature of the world We seek evidence based solutions to complex problems We embrace diverse perspectives and ideas We work in community Recent Posts Final Reports from Impact Circle 2 Grantees March Newsletter March 17 Seminar February Newsletter Announcing Our First Grant Cycle for 2016 Contact Us Sustainable Path Foundation Holyoke Building 107 Spring St Seattle WA 98104 Telephone 206 914 7131 E mail info at sustainablepath org GRANT CYCLE Just released Our

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  • Final Reports from Impact Circle -2 Grantees - Sustainable Path Sustainable Path
    Seminars 2016 SEMINARS The Myth of Climate Change Apathy Seminar Previous Seminar 2014 Seminars Funding Areas Get Involved WHAT IS COLLECTIVE GIVING About Us Who We Are Our Staff Our Board Our Story News Contact Final Reports from Impact Circle 2 Grantees Highlights of their reports can be read here Contact Us Sustainable Path Foundation Holyoke Building 107 Spring St Seattle WA 98104 Telephone 206 914 7131 E mail info

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  • March Newsletter - Sustainable Path Sustainable Path
    Seminars 2016 SEMINARS The Myth of Climate Change Apathy Seminar Previous Seminar 2014 Seminars Funding Areas Get Involved WHAT IS COLLECTIVE GIVING About Us Who We Are Our Staff Our Board Our Story News Contact March Newsletter Read our latest news here Contact Us Sustainable Path Foundation Holyoke Building 107 Spring St Seattle WA 98104 Telephone 206 914 7131 E mail info at sustainablepath org GRANT CYCLE Just released Our

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  • Announcing Our 2015 Fall Grant Recipients - Sustainable Path Sustainable Path
    Voices Project Nature Consortium Urban Forest Restoration Project Northwest Natural Resource Group Accelerating Resilience for Small Forest Owners NW Sustainable Energy for Economic Development Solarize Woodinville Our next Impact Circle will form in early 2016 Contact Lee lee at sustainablepath dot org or call the office 206 914 7131 About Our Impact Circles Members review grant applications and select finalists Members meet with the finalists will make a Last Pitch

    Original URL path: http://sustainablepath.org/two-events-may-town-hall/ (2016-05-01)
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  • March 17 Seminar - Sustainable Path Sustainable Path
    100 years old she is the eldest whale in the Southern Resident Community Source Friends of the San Juans Oil Tanker Traffic In The Salish Sea Threats Of Spills and Noise Pollution Thursday evening March 17 Hear about the ongoing work to protect the Salish Sea in the face of increased oil tanker traffic Learn what scientists are discovering about ocean noise and its impact on marine wildlife Ask questions

    Original URL path: http://sustainablepath.org/next-seminar-announcement/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Contact - Sustainable Path Sustainable Path
    Our Staff Our Board Our Story News Contact Contact Got questions about programs Interested in becoming a volunteer applicant or Sustainable Path partner We d love to hear from you Contact us today Sustainable Path Foundation 107 Spring St Seattle WA 98104 Telephone 206 914 7131 E mail info at sustainablepath org Your Name required Your Email required Subject Your Message Please enter the characters shown above Collective Giving Collective Impact Sustainable Path is a non profit community based organization that believes to improve the sustainability of our region we must recognize the broader interconnected nature of our world At the heart of our work is the belief that the principles of science can help us find solutions to some of the most significant and interconnected challenges facing our region We re a community of like minded people who care about making our region more sustainable We pool our donations so we can make a greater impact than any one donation can provide opportunities for partners to learn from one another and make an impact through our educational and grant making activities Why It Matters Contact Us Sustainable Path Foundation Holyoke Building 107 Spring St Seattle WA 98104 Telephone 206

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