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Education Summit

The goal of this summit is
to empower educators
and students
to build resilience
in their communities.

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Day 3 Agenda: Education Summit (Part I)
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Day 3 Agenda: Education Summit (Part II)
 

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Keynote Speaker: Bill McKibben

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Bill McKibben is a founder of the grassroots climate campaign 350.org and the Schumann Distinguished Professor in Residence at Middlebury College in Vermont. He is a 2014 recipient of the Right Livelihood Prize, sometimes called the ‘alternative Nobel.’ He has written a dozen books about the environment, including his first, The End of Nature, published 25 years ago, and his most recent, Oil and Honey.

Agenda

Sampling of the Summit

Opening Panel: How can we build community resilience through education?

Informational Sessions

Track I: How can your school contribute to community resilience?

Track II: How can we educate in our local communities to build resilience?

Professional Training Workshops

Collaborative Activity: How Can We Make Change?

Climate Change Education Field Trip

Participant Forum: What’s Next?

Advisory Committee

Education Summit
News & Resources
Verification of six hours of professional development will be available for educators who would like it
Advancing Climate Change Environmental Education: Resources and Suggestions
Climate Change Digital Media Literacy Kit
Gary’s Corner
Additional Resources
2016 Updated Book List
What are youth leaders around the world doing about climate change?Find out here!

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For more information, contact:
Susan Jane Gentile, Department of Environmental Studies,
Antioch University New England

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In collaboration with the
US Partnership for Education for Sustainable Development

 

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Upcoming Events

Sep06

Policy Advocacy: Climate Change

This course will provide participants with step-by-step skills in utilizing the tools of democracy to take meaningful civic action on climate change. Participants will learn the levers for building political will and the essentials of climate change communication. You will apply your learning by taking action in collaboration with a local environmental organization, and further your learning with your peers via Antioch’s online learning platform and optional one-on-one meetings with the instructor.
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Oct02

Climate Impacts: Vulnerability and Adaptation Planning

Local and regional governments are leaders in climate change due to their unique position to make a wide range of decisions that can mitigate and adapt to our changing climate. Because they are on the frontline, many communities have conducted vulnerability assessments and engaged in adaptation planning. This module will enable participants to assess impacts to a business, community, or sector based on specific climate projections for a specific locale.
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Nov06

Climate Impacts: Communication, Facilitation, and Stakeholder Capacity Building

Collective actions at the societal level (civic or political action behaviors) include involvement and support of policies, plans, and funding for implementation of municipal projects that could increase local climate resilience. Community engagement with the issue of climate change typically is lacking at the local level. How individuals feel about climate change, how much they know about the issue, and how they act are all types of engagement that are needed for societal change.
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