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“Environmental sustainability” may be a catch phrase of the 21st century, but who knows what it really means? The Environmental Consortium of Colleges & Universities will wrestle with that problem at its tenth annual conference Friday and Saturday. On hand to lend guidance is James Gustave Speth, former advisor to President Bill Clinton and founder of the World Resources Institute. Speth made headlines in August 2010 when he was arrested at the White House for protesting the Keystone XL Pipeline. David Hales, President of Second Nature, delivers the opening keynote. Prior to assuming this post, Hales was President of College of the Atlantic, the first U.S. institution of higher education to be a “NetZero” emitter of greenhouse gases. James Gustave “Gus” Speth, Professor at Vermont Law School, will be presented with the Environmental Consortium’s "The Great Work Award, in honor of Thomas Berry" and delivers the second keynote.