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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  • The Observer view on climate change - The Guardian October 3, 2015
    The GuardianThe Observer view on climate changeThe GuardianBut climate change is the ultimate example: it presents an existential threat to the status quo, yet it barely features in the day-to-day calculations of many business and policymakers. It's too big, too scary and, most of all, too distant, to start ...Mark Carney's stark climate change war […]
  • Sunday lecture series examines climate change - Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette October 4, 2015
    Champaign/Urbana News-GazetteSunday lecture series examines climate changeChampaign/Urbana News-GazetteURBANA — Top scientists investigating the impact of global climate change will lead a six-week lecture series that kicks off Sunday in Urbana. The series, which runs through Nov. 8, will cover efforts underway, globally and at the individual level, to ...
  • Climate Change Literally Moves Mountains: Scientists Say Warming Temperatures ... - Tech Times October 4, 2015
    Tech TimesClimate Change Literally Moves Mountains: Scientists Say Warming Temperatures ...Tech TimesClimate change does and scientists have evidence that could prove it. Global warming has caused erratic weathers and is responsible for rising sea levels that threaten coastal communities. Now, a new study has revealed that climate change can also ...Climate […]
  • Dominica urges global community to take action on climate change - Antigua Observer October 4, 2015
    Dominica urges global community to take action on climate changeAntigua Observer“Climate change is a major threat posed to our planet that has a disproportionately high impact on Small island Developing States (SIDS),” she said. “Our concerns have magnified since August 27, 2015,” she said, noting that Tropical Storm Erika brought ...and more »
  • Disaster resilience key to managing climate change - Sydney Morning Herald October 4, 2015
    Sydney Morning HeraldDisaster resilience key to managing climate changeSydney Morning HeraldIn 2003 Insurance Australia Group and green group World Wildlife Fund got together to urge the government to act on the rising number of disasters linked to climate change. The group, which included Australian climate scientists such as Professor Ove ...Disaster resil […]
  • India's Climate Change Bill: $2.5 Trillion - Power Line (blog) October 4, 2015
    Power Line (blog)India's Climate Change Bill: $2.5 TrillionPower Line (blog)On 1st October, India submitted its Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (or INDC) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. The 38-page document recounts India's climate policies to date and lays out its plans to reduce emissions ...India opts for caution on […]
  • Mercersburg woman's study on climate change and flooding goes around the world - Chambersburg Public Opinion October 4, 2015
    Mercersburg woman's study on climate change and flooding goes around the worldChambersburg Public OpinionMercersburg native Andra Reed has become a star in the science world since her research on climate change and its impact on flooding was published in a prominent journal. Here, she is pictured at a conference where she presented her research.
  • Defunding Climate Change - The New Yorker October 2, 2015
    The New YorkerDefunding Climate ChangeThe New Yorker“This is the time to bite the bullet, streamline the tax code, and put a price on carbon,” Rachel Kyte, the World Bank special envoy for climate change, told me. “We all agree now that we need low-carbon growth, we need resilient development, we can ...
  • New and old in climate change - Jamaica Observer October 4, 2015
    Jamaica ObserverNew and old in climate changeJamaica ObserverStudents from secondary schools islandwide participating in the second annual Jamaica Rural Economy and Ecosystems Adapting to Climate Change (Ja REEACH) Youth Climate Change Conference at the Jamaica Conference Centre, downtown Kingston, ...Belize warns of 'potentially intractable, catastroph […]
  • Why Moms and Dads Should Care About Climate Change - October 4, 2015
    Care2.comWhy Moms and Dads Should Care About Climate ChangeCare2.comI am also a clean energy and climate advocate. My weekdays consist of trying to convince Texas policymakers to take action on climate change, and I sometimes think negotiating with statewide officials is harder than negotiating with a “threenager.”.


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