USF Hosts “Towards Democracy and Diversity” Summer Seminar

For detailed article on  “Towards Democracy and Diversity” please click on the following link USF Hosts Caribbean Teachers in Democracy Education Effort

You may also  read more about the Teachers’ activities by reading the Seminar Weekly Report (June 29-July 4 )

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  • UN climate change deal must have legally binding targets, says EU - The Guardian November 27, 2014
    The GuardianUN climate change deal must have legally binding targets, says EUThe GuardianIn Brussels earlier this month, the US special envoy on climate change, Todd Stern told journalists that while negotiations on the issue were ongoing, a 'hybrid approach' to legal enforcement offered the best chance of striking a deal agreeable to all.Obama […]
  • Climate change survey reveals Canadians' fears for future generations - CBC.ca November 28, 2014
    CBC.caClimate change survey reveals Canadians' fears for future generationsCBC.caA new Environics poll suggests a majority of Canadians worry about climate change and how it will affect their children and grandchildren. The survey of 2,020 people revealed 50 per cent of respondents are "extremely" or "definitely" concerned about a .. […]
  • Women on climate change frontline make big impact on small grants - The Guardian November 28, 2014
    The GuardianWomen on climate change frontline make big impact on small grantsThe GuardianIn London, Paris and Washington, where leaders have made little progress in curtailing climate change, global warming may seem a merely theoretical problem – too far in the future, or too far away geographically, to matter. But in remote tropical ...
  • Ageing population will compound deadly effects of heatwaves caused by climate ... - The Guardian November 27, 2014
    The GuardianAgeing population will compound deadly effects of heatwaves caused by climate ...The GuardianHeatwaves are particularly dangerous for people over 65. An increase in their regularity due to climate change and a rising elderly population means more people will be at risk from their effects, say Royal Society. Photograph: Valery Hache/AFP/Getty ...C […]
  • Why we should stop climate change, according to kids - AOL.com - AOL News November 28, 2014
    Why we should stop climate change, according to kids - AOL.comAOL NewsThe climate march in New York City saw thousands band together in an effort to bring awareness to the growing climate concerns and promote sustainability. It is often difficult to mediate out short term conveniences with long-term consequences but the ...
  • What people think about climate change around the world, in one map - Washington Post (blog) November 24, 2014
    What people think about climate change around the world, in one mapWashington Post (blog)For example, some 84 percent of people in Argentina think climate change is caused by humans, according to a poll from marketing research firm Ipsos MORI. In Bangladesh, that percentage drops to 31%, with 46% believing it's caused by God or natural ...and more »
  • Expert says climate change negatively affecting turkey meat quality - Lansing State Journal November 27, 2014
    Lansing State JournalExpert says climate change negatively affecting turkey meat qualityLansing State Journal“With climate change, as we understand it, there is predicted to be more variation in the weather patterns, so we expect temperature swings from very hot weather to very cold weather,” said Strasburg, a professor of food science and human nutrition at […]
  • Climate Change Threatens to Strip the Identity of Glacier National Park - New York Times November 24, 2014
    Climate Change Threatens to Strip the Identity of Glacier National ParkNew York TimesA warming climate is melting Glacier's glaciers, an icy retreat that promises to change not just tourists' vistas, but also the mountains and everything around them. Streams fed by snowmelt are reaching peak spring flows weeks earlier than in the past ...
  • Polar bears facing 'worst-case trajectory' because of climate change - Toronto Star November 26, 2014
    Toronto StarPolar bears facing 'worst-case trajectory' because of climate changeToronto StarUsing a regionally focussed climate model, the researchers projected that sea ice in the Canadian Arctic islands will decline remarkably, leaving long periods each year when there isn't any ice. That would force pregnant females on to land earlier than […]
  • Think it's warm outside? Then you must be left-wing: Climate change beliefs ... - Daily Mail November 26, 2014
    Daily MailThink it's warm outside? Then you must be left-wing: Climate change beliefs ...Daily MailIf you don't believe in climate change, you're less likely to feel that the weather is getting warmer - and vice versa. That's according to a study that analysed how people remembered a particularly warm winter in the US in 2012. And they fo […]

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