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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  • Guest Voices: Time to stand up for action to fight climate change - The San Diego Union-Tribune February 22, 2017
    The San Diego Union-TribuneGuest Voices: Time to stand up for action to fight climate changeThe San Diego Union-TribuneTuesday's climate change rally in San Diego could not have been more timely. We all need to stand up and speak out against President Donald Trump and his plans to back away from the vital progress we're making to fight this global […]
  • What Your TV Meteorologist Likely Thinks Of Climate Change - Forbes February 22, 2017
    ForbesWhat Your TV Meteorologist Likely Thinks Of Climate ChangeForbesI am a scientist so I need data. When a controversial topic comes up, I usually look for what the data says. Last week, an article in the Boston Globe examined the topic of climate change and broadcast meteorologists. While the article addressed some ...
  • Gene Catalogues Aim to Help Crops Survive Climate Change - Scientific American February 22, 2017
    Scientific AmericanGene Catalogues Aim to Help Crops Survive Climate ChangeScientific AmericanClimate change poses a variety of risks to agricultural produce, including starving crops of water and preventing them from growing in traditional regions. Recent research suggests America's Corn Belt could soon shift north, and many farmers are ...and more »
  • Climate change tied to nation's infrastructure needs - The Hill (blog) February 22, 2017
    The Hill (blog)Climate change tied to nation's infrastructure needsThe Hill (blog)13, “drought, climate change, and aging infrastructure combined to create a looming catastrophe.” Nearly 200,000 residents were forced to flee their homes. Families scrambled to find shelter, gas stations were gridlocked, and stores ran low on supplies.'Scientific Ame […]
  • In hot water: Climate change harms hot spots of ocean life - ABC News February 22, 2017
    Chron.comIn hot water: Climate change harms hot spots of ocean lifeABC NewsThe six ocean hot spots that teem with the biggest mix of species are also getting hit hardest by global warming and industrial fishing, a new study finds. An international team looked at more than 2,100 species of fish, seabirds, marine mammals and ...Climate change harms ocean hot s […]
  • How an Interoffice Spat Erupted Into a Climate-Change Furor - The ... - New York Times February 20, 2017
    New York TimesHow an Interoffice Spat Erupted Into a Climate-Change Furor - The ...New York TimesA coal mound in Kentucky. A blog post by a former federal climate scientist fed disagreement over the existence of climate change. Credit Luke Sharrett/Getty ...and more »
  • The guilt of record warmth in Chicago — climate change? - Chicago ... - Chicago Tribune February 21, 2017
    Chicago TribuneThe guilt of record warmth in Chicago — climate change? - Chicago ...Chicago TribuneWeather experts say the record-breaking warmth isn't necessarily a sign of climate change, or of a harsh spring to come, but rather a burst of unseasonable ...and more »
  • Global 'fish wars' could break out as climate change and rising ... - The Independent February 19, 2017
    The IndependentGlobal 'fish wars' could break out as climate change and rising ...The IndependentThe twin threats of climate change and growing nationalism could lead to an outbreak of conflicts over fish stocks – like the infamous Cod Wars between the UK ...and more »
  • Ponds that warm up could accelerate climate change, study shows - CNBC February 21, 2017
    CNBCPonds that warm up could accelerate climate change, study showsCNBCNew research has shown that an increase in temperatures could speed up climate change by increasing the amount of methane (CH4) released by ponds, and cutting the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) they store. During the experiment, an "array" of ponds ...Warming ponds could acceler […]
  • Warning that Donald Trump's climate change denial could lead to UK 'backsliding' on the environment - The Independent February 22, 2017
    Warning that Donald Trump's climate change denial could lead to UK 'backsliding' on the environmentThe IndependentTheresa May must not use Donald Trump's climate change denial as an excuse to “backslide” on environmental commitments, the Liberal Democrats have said. In a speech today to the think-tank Policy Exchange Tim Farron accused th […]

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