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Earth Ethics Institute on-line hosts the
Florida Keys Wild Bird Center Fundraising Auction
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Fall 2014 Edition
Organized by
Fine Art Professor Claudia Scalise
All proceeds from the sale benefit the Center.

Details including Prints and Minimum Bids required

 

 

Earth Ethics Institute Programs at MDC Campuses
Hialeah Campus  Join Yes Club!

Homestead Campus - Welcome Back!

InterAmerican Campus  People, Place, Prosperity

Kendall Campus  -Climate Change Film Screening

Medical Campus Maintain Indoor Air Quality

North Campus -
Empowering Change on Campus

MDC West - Resources for Well-Being

Wolfson Campus - Pachamama: Earth, Life and Well-being
                                in Latin America

 





  

Earth Ethics Institute College-wide Workshops
Faculty, Staff and Administration  -
Reference numbers liked to registration

Covanta Resource Recovery Facility -
Covanta, Doral

Friday, October 3, 2014, 2-4 pm
Facilitated by Dr. Carol Petrozella
2 hours Professional Development Credit.
To Register, Reference #
845821

Virginia Key Beach North Point: A Sense of Place

Virginia Key

Friday, October 10, 2014, 
1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Facilitated by Gary Milano and Fernando Bretos
5 hours of Professional Development Credit,
To Register, Reference #
 845822



Climate Change Workshop -
Kendall Campus
, Room R-402
Friday, October 31, 2014,
12:30-3 pm
Facilitated by Dr. Jack Parker
6 hours Professional Development Credit.
To Register, Reference #
845823


Sustainability Education: Living Systems Learning -
North Campus, Room
3238
Friday, October 31,  2014,
1 - 4 pm
Facilitated by Dr. Anouchka Rachelson and Colleen Ahern-Hettich
5 hours Professional Development Credit.
To Register, Reference #
845824



Indigenous Reflections of the Everglades
Everglades
Saturday, November 8, 2014, Time - TBA
Facilitated by Houston Cypress and Tribal Elders
Professional Development Credit in Application Process
Call 305-237-3796 for information
 


Earth Charter Reflections
InterAmerican Campus, Room 401
Friday, November 21, 2014,  12:30 lunch; Workshop 1-4:30 pm
Facilitated by Dr. Elisabeth Ferrero
3.5 hours Professional Development Credit
.
To Register, Reference #845825
 

 





EEI Council Lecture Series for MDC Faculty and Staff

Sustaining Ourselves and Engaging Others-EEI Council in Action
Fridays, September through  April

Juan Abascal and Dominic Brucato
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Meditation -
September 12, 2-4:30 pm. Kendall Campus, Environmental Center

Ileana Porges West -
Student Engagement
and Virginia Key North End Workshop
October 10, 1:30 - 4:30 pm,
Virginia Key, North End

Carola Pedreschi, Lyle Culver, Carlos Gonzalez, Alex Salinas -
 International Experiences -
November 14, 2-4:30 pm, North Campus, Green Urban Living Center

Michael Hettich, Claudia Scalise -
Poetry and Art

December 12, Evening, Call for location

Albert Lenel -
Changing Views: Western Philosophy, Ethics, and the Environment
January 23, 2-4:30 pm, Simpson Park

Ginny Peterson Tennant -
Political Cartoons and Non-Sustainable Thinking
Mike Lenaghan and Amar Sawhney Global Urban Sustainability &Peace Center -
February 13, 2-4:30 pm, TBA

Larry Frolich
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Population, Energy and Urbanization:  An evolutionary biology perspective- March 13, TBA
 

 


Programs for Faculty and Staff- Ongoing

Participate in the Global Sustainability and Earth Literacy Studies (GSELS)
Course Assessment Pilot Project


Sustainability Education Professional Development Opportunities

Sustainability and Earth Literacy Professional Development Workshops

Graduate Courses in Collaboration with EEI

EEI and Florida International University (FIU)


Outdoor Immersions Awarding Professional Development

Sustainability in the Curriculum                      

Immersions for Your Classes

Sustainability Learning Lunches
Hialeah         IAC           Kendall         North         Wolfson
 

  



 

Programs for Students - Ongoing

Join the Global Sustainability and Earth Literacy Studies (GSELS)
Learning Network


Narrow Ridge Earth Literacy Field Experience

Programs and Resources for students

Earth Literacy and Sustainability I -new course


YES club

EEI Service-Learning
 

  Student Resources

  Faculty Resources

 
 
Recommended Reading

  Recommended Viewing

  Recommended Listening

  Related Websites

  NWF Campus Ecology Program

  Student Immersions

  EEI Service-Learning


  Sustainability and Earth Literacy
   in Curriculum - MDC Faculty 


  EEI Workshops-Power Point Presentations

  Recommended Reading

  Recommended Viewing

  Recommended Listening

  Related Websites
 

  

 
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Join the
MDC Green Goals Challenge

YES! for Environmental Sustainability Club
 

Solar Lanterns
for Learning

 


 


Miami Science
Museum

 


Florida Keys Wild Bird Center
Print Fundraiser

 
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Help us collect bikes!

 

Water Clock Project
Kendall Campus
 


Ecological Footprint Calculator
 


Hialeah, InterAmerican, Kendall, Medical, Wolfson
 

Journal of
Sustainability Education

 

South Florida
Local Food Scene

Miami-Dade County Farmers Markets

  Local Food
South Florida website

 


Community-Rooted Organic Produce Services
2009-2014
 

 

Earth Ethics Institute • An Earth Literacy Resource Center Serving MDC Administrators, Faculty, Staff,  and Students, as well as the South Florida Community
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