Ellen Weinreb is a sustainability recruiter (and friend from business school) who maintains a thorough list of sustainability and corporate responsibility job resources on her website. For students, Net Impact's career resources are the first place to go.
Before you request informational interviews from me or anyone else, please read this spot-on advice from Josh Kaufman on "How to Ask Useful Questions."
The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is exactly what the title says and more. Run on a shoestring budget out of London with researchers all over the world, they post positive and negative stories and seek responses from the companies involved, posting in full what they receive. Their free weekly email updates are a must.
Green Money Journal maintains a comprehensive calendar of sustainability-related events.
Authentic Sustainability - I so enjoyed attending this workshop run by Jason Jay and Gabriel Grant that I invited them to co-lead a subsequent workshop I ran at Columbia. They've totally nailed why so many of us in this space fail, in a way that made me laugh but also think deeply about my own communication styles. Very much looking forward to their forthcoming book.
Coming Into Your Own Women’s Retreat - A deeply thoughtful retreat for women at or nearing a point of transition in their lives. And who isn't?
Courageous Leadership - I only recently came across their work and have yet to participate in a session, but so far I love what I see.
The OpEd Project - The social enterprise aimed at broadening the range of voices in public discourse. I signed up for a day-long seminar after reading about it in The New York Times, and found it so inspiring that I joined the advisory board and urge everyone I meet to take part.