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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  • Bearded Dragons Are Dumber Because of Climate Change - National Geographic November 22, 2017
    National GeographicBearded Dragons Are Dumber Because of Climate ChangeNational Geographic“Reptiles were long considered to be sluggish and unintelligent creatures,” said Anna Wilkinson, an animal cognition scientist at the University of Lincoln in the U.K. But that has been changing, as research has showed that many lizards possess complex ...
  • Climate change triggered immigration to the US by German families like Donald Trump's, study finds - The Independent November 21, 2017
    The IndependentClimate change triggered immigration to the US by German families like Donald Trump's, study findsThe IndependentClimate change contributed to the wave of German immigration to the US that included Donald Trump's grandfather. In the 19th century, more than five million Germans migrated to North America. One such German was Friedrich […]
  • Combining Tradition and Modern Science to Survive Climate Change in the Pacific Islands - Pacific Standard November 21, 2017
    Pacific StandardCombining Tradition and Modern Science to Survive Climate Change in the Pacific IslandsPacific StandardWhile the LMMA network began as a process to ensure food security, the process can also help build community resilience in the face of natural disasters and climate change—one of the greatest threats facing the Pacific and many parts of the […]
  • Donald Trump's Grandfather Was Likely a Climate Change Refugee - Motherboard November 21, 2017
    MotherboardDonald Trump's Grandfather Was Likely a Climate Change RefugeeMotherboardOther research has suggested that climate change was a factor in creating those conditions. Climate change is expected to lead to mass migration ('climate refugeesʼ), as sea levels rise and extreme weather events, such as floods, droughts and ...and more »
  • This family is already being hurt by climate change. They might also be hurt by a solution. - PRI November 21, 2017
    PRIThis family is already being hurt by climate change. They might also be hurt by a solution.PRIReiulf Aleksandersen, his wife Risten Aleksandersen, and their three children are trying to maintain their Sámi traditions, but climate change is making that harder than ever. The Arctic is warming twice as fast as the rest of the planet, and in ...and more »
  • Climate change and coal - Irish Times November 22, 2017
    Irish TimesClimate change and coalIrish TimesSir, – In “Climate change: too little, too slow” (Editorial, November 20th), you rightly state that “the formation of an alliance to end coal power generation illustrates real action is possible within tight time-frames. For the UK the end comes by ...and more »
  • Ocean acidification: climate change's evil twin - Deutsche Welle November 21, 2017
    Deutsche WelleOcean acidification: climate change's evil twinDeutsche WelleIts findings are being presented at the 23rd UN climate change talks happening now in Bonn. He calls ocean acidification global warming's "evil brother," because the two are inextricably linked. Normal levels of CO2 reacting with seawater would present ...and more  […]
  • As climate change threatens islands, Kiribati's president plans development - CBS News November 20, 2017
    CBS NewsAs climate change threatens islands, Kiribati's president plans developmentCBS NewsThe low-lying Pacific island nation of Kiribati is one of the parts of the world most threatened by climate change and rising sea levels. Scientists say the islands could be uninhabitable within decades, and in recent years, some leaders there have ...and more »
  • Climate change could kill 50-80% of Pacific fish species: study - Radio New Zealand November 21, 2017
    Radio New ZealandClimate change could kill 50-80% of Pacific fish species: studyRadio New ZealandPacific island nations could lose between 50 and 80 percent of their fish species by the end of the century if climate change continues unabated. The figure is published in a new study, published in the journal Marine Policy, which examined more than a ...and mor […]

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