This workshop will introduce ways to integrate an Indigenous way of thinking into sustainability work.
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The twelve streams and featured talks and performances of this all-remote convening merge in shared explorations of how creators, writers, critics, activists, teachers, collectives—past and present—have made sense of ruptures and crises and made space for being, creating, disrupting, solidarity, and change.
This workshop explores the intersection of mental wellness and community wellness.
This webinar explores ways higher education can equip students to understand and engage in social change.
A cli-fi book club for college educators and sustainability advocates! Each session will include an overview of key themes from the book by the instructor followed by an interdisciplinary discussion with other participants.
The ISCN 2021 conference will provide a timely opportunity to exchange ideas on how climate action and sustainable development at universities can be fostered from an academic, operational and student perspective.
Meet the student problem-solvers who are rethinking the way we produce and consume while helping power the economy of the future. Wege Prize—an annual competition that ignites game-changing solutions for the future by inspiring college students around the world to collaborate across institutional, disciplinary, and cultural boundaries and create innovative ideas for a circular economy—has announced the […]
This virtual workshop teaches sustainability professionals about effective meeting facilitation with fun, hands-on activities.
The Climate Justice Symposium for Transforming Education is a project funded by the UC Carbon Neutrality Initiative and the UC Global Climate Leadership Council. This symposium is being co-organized by California State University and University of California Faculty. Climate justice is both a movement and a way of approaching the climate crisis that foregrounds connections […]