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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  • 3 'last chance' destinations drawing travelers worried about climate change - CNBC February 23, 2018
    CNBC3 'last chance' destinations drawing travelers worried about climate changeCNBCCertain countries susceptible to climate change have seen a spike in travel interest over the past year, according to a new report from travel insurance comparison web site Squaremouth. People may be advancing their plans to see these places in all ...
  • New Report Finds Climate Change Could Take A $1 Billion Bite ... - NPR February 23, 2018
    NPRNew Report Finds Climate Change Could Take A $1 Billion Bite ...NPRAs the climate warms, a new report finds that low-snow years like this one can cost the U.S. winter sports industry up to $1 billion. That can bring economic pain well beyond ski resorts.and more »
  • Cities may need to act on climate change or see their bond ratings drop - PRI February 25, 2018
    PRICities may need to act on climate change or see their bond ratings dropPRISo, we're looking at a broader spectrum of risk.” When a city issues bonds, it's pledging to pay lenders back from the property tax base, and the property tax base is a function of overall property values. To the extent that property values decline due ...and more »
  • Beech booming as climate changes, and that's bad for forests - Tampabay.com February 25, 2018
    Tampabay.comBeech booming as climate changes, and that's bad for forestsTampabay.comIn a Sept. 15, 2016 photo provided by the University of Maine, Gaetan Pelletier of the Northern Hardwoods Research Institute describes diseased beech problem to members of the University of Maine Cooperative Forestry Research Unit in a stand of ...and more »
  • Weather Talk: Climate change may force Alaskan town to move - West Fargo Pioneer February 25, 2018
    West Fargo PioneerWeather Talk: Climate change may force Alaskan town to moveWest Fargo PioneerKivalina, a village in northwest Alaska on the seacoast, may well become the first U.S. community to be relocated or face abandonment from the effects of global climate change. The problems in Kivalina are multi-faceted, but the biggest problems are ...and more »
  • After Years of Fighting, Idaho Retains Climate Change in Its Education Guidelines - New York Times February 23, 2018
    New York TimesAfter Years of Fighting, Idaho Retains Climate Change in Its Education GuidelinesNew York TimesIdaho's legislature had scrubbed all mentions of human-caused climate change from its teaching standards last year. The State Department of Education then put forth revised standards, but this month the House education committee voted to gut the […]
  • To address climate change, stop clear-cutting - The Register-Guard February 25, 2018
    The Register-GuardTo address climate change, stop clear-cuttingThe Register-GuardAlthough the Clean Energy Jobs bill's alleged aim is the reduction of Oregon's carbon emissions, it amazingly ignores the state's largest emitter: industrial clear-cut logging on millions of acres of our forest lands. The Center for Sustainable Economy ...History […]
  • Indivisible Lowville planning gun policy forum, climate change movie showing - WatertownDailyTimes.com February 25, 2018
    Indivisible Lowville planning gun policy forum, climate change movie showingWatertownDailyTimes.comMr. LaLonde said his committee would like eventually to bring one or more climate change experts here as a follow-up to the movie showing. “This is hopefully the beginning of two or three more initiatives dealing with global warming,” he said. “I think ... […]
  • 'Game of Floods' teaches tough climate change choices for Marin County - San Francisco Chronicle February 25, 2018
    San Francisco Chronicle'Game of Floods' teaches tough climate change choices for Marin CountySan Francisco ChronicleThese dystopian conditions are the norm in Game of Floods, a board game designed by Marin County urban planners to educate the public on what will be needed to adapt to climate change. Players become planning commissioners — a fantasy […]
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