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

  • Climate Change Activists Either Prod Exxon Mobil or Dump It - New York Times May 25, 2016
    New York TimesClimate Change Activists Either Prod Exxon Mobil or Dump ItNew York TimesOne group is made up of investors who want to hold on to their stakes in the company and prod the oil and gas giant, through shareholder resolutions and by applying steady pressure, to adopt new policies that reflect the realities of climate change ...Exxon Mobil, Chevron […]
  • The Climate Change Solution to Disasters - Huffington Post May 25, 2016
    Huffington PostThe Climate Change Solution to DisastersHuffington PostThere is no sugar coating the consequences of inaction on climate change and environmental degradation. We are currently in the throes of an epochal shift in our relationship with the planet. This change is one that has been foisted upon us by ourselves.
  • Climate-change luminary Ed Miles dies at 76 - The Seattle Times May 25, 2016
    The Seattle TimesClimate-change luminary Ed Miles dies at 76The Seattle TimesDr. Miles earned his bachelor's degree in history, got a doctorate in international relations and then trained in the sciences during the course of a remarkable career that helped push the University of Washington to the front lines of climate-change ...
  • The bright side of climate change - Chicago Tribune May 25, 2016
    Chicago TribuneThe bright side of climate changeChicago TribuneI've spent a lot of time worrying about climate change. The threat of rising oceans, extreme weather conditions and smug environmentalists screaming "SEE, I TOLD YOU SO!!" as the last bit of Florida sinks into the Atlantic is enough to keep any ...Love in the time of climate change […]
  • Graham Thomson: Wildrose MLAs must take climate change seriously - Edmonton Journal May 26, 2016
    Edmonton JournalGraham Thomson: Wildrose MLAs must take climate change seriouslyEdmonton JournalIf you want to be taken seriously on the issue of climate change, take climate change seriously. Don't pretend there's a debate over the science or argue that the climate is always changing. And don't use Twitter to circulate articles calling it a h […]
  • Portland schools tried to change how they teach climate change — and ignited a firestorm - Los Angeles Times May 24, 2016
    Los Angeles TimesPortland schools tried to change how they teach climate change — and ignited a firestormLos Angeles TimesThis winter, a small group of advocates, teachers, parents and students began meeting each week at a church in Portland, Ore., to figure out how their schools could do a better job of preparing the next generation to fight climate change. […]
  • Did climate change kill over 200000 Kazakh antelopes? - Aljazeera.com May 25, 2016
    Aljazeera.comDid climate change kill over 200000 Kazakh antelopes?Aljazeera.comNearly half of the world's population of the saiga - a species of antelope older than the mammoth - were wiped out by a freak pathogen last year, in an event scientists are blaming on rapid temperature fluctuations caused by climate change. Over 200 ...and more »
  • Feeding Antibiotics to Farm Animals May Worsen Climate Change - NBCNews.com May 25, 2016
    NBCNews.comFeeding Antibiotics to Farm Animals May Worsen Climate ChangeNBCNews.comThere may be another reason to discourage farmers from feeding antibiotics to livestock: global warming. A study published this week finds that when cattle were fed a common antibiotic, their manure produced even more methane than normal — a potent ...Cattle drugs could fuel c […]
  • Aid Groups In Ethiopia Reshape Approach In New Era Of Climate Change - NPR May 25, 2016
    Aid Groups In Ethiopia Reshape Approach In New Era Of Climate ChangeNPREthiopia has long been associated with extreme drought that leaves millions in need of food. That's still the case, as the Horn of Africa suffers its worst drought in 50 years. But experts say that is exactly why the world needs to rethink its approach ...
  • Murray says climate change plan 'big basket of carrots and no sticks' - Toronto Star May 25, 2016
    Toronto StarMurray says climate change plan 'big basket of carrots and no sticks'Toronto StarGovernment measures designed to fight climate change will be “completely voluntary” and relatively painless, promises Environment Minister Glen Murray . Murray, who is putting the final touches on a greenhouse gas emission reduction “action plan” to ...and […]

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