EV Ride and Drive with Johnny Ziem with the Town of Jackson

Follow along as Johnny Ziem with the Town of Jackson shows off the Chevy Bolt he drives for work and explains the vehicle specs, what he likes best about the Bolt, and where you can charge in Jackson, WY.

Click HERE to watch the video on YTCC’s youtube channel.

Summer 2021 Intern Position Available

Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities is pleased to announce that we are accepting applications for an intern from Summer 2021. The intern program is through the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities University Workforce Development Program (CCUWDP). This summer, CCUWDP is offering 40 workforce development program positions across the nation and applications are now available.  This is a wonderful opportunity for students looking to gain experience in the energy and transportation areas. Please pass this information along to anyone you know who may be interested in one of these positions. Applications can be found at https://www.cvent.com/d/zjqf1x with more information below. Applications are due May 17, 2021. If you have any questions, please email alicia@ytcleancities.org.

 

Specific Details:
– Positions are 30 or 40 hours/week (determined by the coalition) for 10 weeks
– Summer 2021 Internship Approximate Dates: June 14, 2021- August 27, 2021
– Stipends range from $3,600 – $6,000 depending on academic level and number of hours assigned by the coalition.
– Must be a current undergraduate (Junior or Senior only), graduate student, or up to one year past graduation

NEW GREEN MATTERS Release – Winter/Spring 2021

The newest issue of Green Matters in Jackson Hole is live and online, CLICK HERE! Please enjoy the news from this season’s sustainability projects, programs, and people. Sample topics from this issue include the principles of sustainable destination management, details on the next chapter of the RRR Business Leaders (2.0), resource recovery through JH Public Art, an update from the JH Climate Action Collective, guidance on bear-proof trash cans, and lots of announcements from local green leaders and organizations.

Congratulations to the 2020 U.S. C3E Award Recipients

Join us in congratulating Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities board member and Sustainability Program Manager for the City of Bozeman. This year, Clean Energy Education & Empowerment (C3E), US Department of Energy Program, selected Natalie Meyer of Bozeman, Montana, as the award winner in the Government category. https://www.c3eawards.org/

Old Bill’s is Coming Up!

It is Old Bill’s Fun Run season! Old Bill’s Fun Run was previously scheduled for September 12th but has shifted to virtual or small socially distanced events. Therefore, next week Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities staff will take you on a virtual scavenger hunt, discovering alternative fuel stations and vehicles in Jackson, Wyoming. Follow along on our new Instagram account to participate!

We hope you will consider providing a donation to Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities through Old Bills Fun Run this year. As a small non-profit your donation truly makes a large impact on our operational capacity. We’re running to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and increase energy security. We hope you’ll join us! You can donate HERE. Thank-you!

 

Spring/Summer Issue of Green Matters

Check out the Spring/Summer issue of Green Matters to learn about local sustainability efforts in the time of Covid-19.

Click HERE to view the digital issue.

Late June News

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Check out the most recent newsletter from the coalition, highlighting the new electric vehicle charging stations installed in Red Lodge, an RFP for a land lease for a natural gas fueling station, and the national Clean Cities newsletter featuring YTCC!

Read the newsletter here