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Institute for Environmental Communication

The Institute for Environmental Communication (IEC) brings together a diverse group of citizens (environmentalists, scientists, journalists, industrialists, Brown Field community people, politicians, government employees, teachers, business persons, and the like) for 12 or so evening sessions to discuss issues of vital environmental importance to the region and nation. The IEC Fellows Program is modeled after the highly regarded Institute of Politics that has been offered by Loyola University since 1968. The IEC's first sessions began in fall 1999.

To find out more about the IEC follow these links:

To lead conversations about environmental issues, IEC uses the following technique excerpted, with permission, from The Art of Focused Conversation: 100 Ways to Access Group Wisdom in the Workplace, pages 25 – 28, edited by R. Brian Stanfield.

We thank Entergy for a generous gift that allows scholarships and travel expenses of participants in need.  The purpose of the grant is to further diversity those who can dedicate the time and effort to attend IEC and become Fellows.  This is a meaningful grant that allows IEC to better serve the community.

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