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 )


RSS Climate Change Headlines from Google News

  • Why We Don't Worry More About Climate Change - Huffington Post May 6, 2016
    Huffington PostWhy We Don't Worry More About Climate ChangeHuffington PostSander van der Linden: Unfortunately, because climate change is a statistical phenomenon that cannot be experienced directly, it presents a unique challenge for the human brain. So-called affective cues—fast and associative judgments—are formed ...and more »
  • Adventurers document High Arctic trek to teach about climate change - CBC.ca May 6, 2016
    CBC.caAdventurers document High Arctic trek to teach about climate changeCBC.ca"My ultimate goal is to get more people involved, from politicians to those people who can actually make a difference to see a change in the North." Doering and his team are heading to the tropics next to chronicle how people are adapting to climate ...
  • Climate Change Was a Factor in the Fort McMurray Wildfire but You Don't Have to Be an Asshole About It - VICE May 6, 2016
    VICEClimate Change Was a Factor in the Fort McMurray Wildfire but You Don't Have to Be an Asshole About ItVICEWe all know that you know that climate change is very likely a factor in the still-growing wildfires in Fort McMurray. It's really neat that you use the word "anthropogenic" on first dates and binge watch Josh Fox documentaries an […]
  • Taking On Climate Change Is Key to Public Health - U.S. News & World Report May 6, 2016
    U.S. News & World ReportTaking On Climate Change Is Key to Public HealthU.S. News & World ReportIn perhaps the last great rebranding effort before the president leaves office in January, the administration is recasting its campaign to slow climate change not merely as an economic imperative, not only as a national security priority, but perhaps ...an […]
  • Bill Nye thinks climate change key to 2016 - Yahoo News May 5, 2016
    Yahoo NewsBill Nye thinks climate change key to 2016Yahoo NewsThe World Bank has released a new report showing that climate change could have a devastating effect on the world's water supplies. The report finds that by 2050, a lack of water could send economies around the world spiraling downward. On top of that, ...and more »
  • Deep sea microbes may be key to oceans' climate change feedback - The Guardian May 6, 2016
    The GuardianDeep sea microbes may be key to oceans' climate change feedbackThe GuardianMicrobes are hardly the poster-children of climate change, but they have far more impact than polar bears on Earth's carbon cycle – and therefore on our climate. A new study published Friday in Science Advances finds that seabed bacteria and archaea ...
  • From the Front Lines of Climate Change - Project Syndicate May 6, 2016
    Phys.OrgFrom the Front Lines of Climate ChangeProject SyndicateMANILA/SAN JOSÉ – On April 22, dignitaries representing no fewer than 175 parties signed the global climate change agreement concluded in Paris in December, setting a record for the adoption of an international accord. The show of support is heartening.UN's Ban says time to scale up action o […]
  • How to talk about climate change so people will act - Science Daily May 5, 2016
    Science DailyHow to talk about climate change so people will actScience DailyWhat can you do about climate change? The better question might be: What can we? University of California San Diego researchers show in a new study that framing the issue collectively is significantly more effective than emphasis on personal ...Is there a right way to talk about cli […]
  • Gina McCarthy: Climate Change Is a Public Health Issue - U.S. News & World Report May 6, 2016
    U.S. News & World ReportGina McCarthy: Climate Change Is a Public Health IssueU.S. News & World ReportAfter sounding the alarm about the threats to America's homes and cities and national defense from climate change, the Environmental Protection Agency is rolling out one last argument to act on global warming: our health. With eight months left […]
  • Gore on climate change: 'We're going to win this' - The Hill May 5, 2016
    The HillGore on climate change: 'We're going to win this'The HillOn Thursday, Gore said he sees public opinion coming around on climate change, and he imagines businesses will move quickly to tap into a greener economy. The next step, he said, is to put more aggressive climate policies in place, including a carbon tax.and more »

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