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Cultivating Resilient Communities of  Wellbeing

 

Earth Ethics Institute
hosts
New America Media
Roundtable Discussion
with
Miami Climate Leaders and
Ethnic Media

Climate Impacts And Justice In Miami's Communities
A Roundtable/Panel Discussion - Moderated by Caroline Lewis
Professor John Van Leer, UM,   Zelalem Adefries, Catalyst, Miami
John Morales, WTVJ NVC 6, Miami,   Karina Castillo, Moms Clean Air Force

EEI partners with New America Media to host a panel discussion on climate equity and media coverage of climate change. The roundtable discussion will focus on growing the capacity of media to report on climate issues and increasing coverage in non-mainstream publications, particularly in ethnic communities such as Miami. A panel of climate experts will present to media participants, followed by an editorial brainstorm session that EEI staff, faculty and students are invited to participate in. RSVP required. For more information, contact awalker1@mdc.edu.

Thursday December 15
9:30 11:30 am
InterAmerican Campus,  Room 3103
 

 

Pine Rockland Drawings

Opening Reception, Friday, November 11, 2016            6 - 9 pm
Exhibition at Tropical Audubon Doc Thomas House
5530 Sunset Dr., Miami, FL 33143

Students from EEI Council Member and Professor Claudia Scalise's class, Miami Dade College, Wolfson Campus

 





 

 

FitNation 
Exhibit at InterAmerican Campus

Urban Resiliency Symposium 
Wolfson Campus, Room 7128

 

Standing with Standing Rock
Wolfson Campus, Building 2, Breezeway

Campus Sustainability Day
Kendall Campus, Building 2 Breezeway


Identity and Adjustment across the Disciplines: 
Connecting Sustainability and Self
 
An InterAmerican Campus GSELS learning community program
Monday, November 28 through Friday, December 2, 2016
 

Food Fact - Not Fiction: Modern Farming
West Campus, Room 1102
Wednesday, November 9, 2016 
 

Climate Change: Where Science and Policy Meet
Wolfson Campus, Room 3208-09 
Thursday, December 1, 2016


Water: Past, Present, and Future 
Lectures by Betty Osceola, Dr. Larry Brand , Amy Lane , Rachel Silverstein
Medical Campus, Room 1175
Mondays, September 19, October 3, October 24, Nov 28, 2016

 

                                                       


Exploring Mindsets:
Shifting Our Thinking to Make Positive Change in the World

Kendall Campus
Wednesday, September 21st   
Room R-402-03   4:00 - 5:00 pm
Wolfson Campus 
Thursday, September 22nd Room 1261    9:50 - 11:05 am
Emily Penn is an explorer, educator, artist and ocean advocate, 
dedicated to studying environmental challenges around the globe. Ms. Penn will share stories of her journey from architect to explorer, as she details how she has built upon each experience to be where she is today. With a focus on solutions, Ms. Penn will share information about her most recent project, Exploring Mindsets, which brings together diverse people into common conversations about how we can create a shift in our thinking to make positive change in the world. 

GSELS Faculty Welcome Back Dinner - Thursday, September 22 

                

Professional Development for MDC Faculty and Staff


 

Seeing Systems: Peace, Justice and Sustainability (Part 1) 
Awarding 11 hours of Professional Development
In this four-part series, examine the interrelationships of and interconnections between peace, social and economic  justice, racial and gender equity and environmental sustainability while exploring systems thinking as a way to make sense of complex systems and problems.  
Hialeah - Starting September 26, 2016
To Register and for dates/time   - class # 
EEI1000-1


Seeing Systems: Peace, Equity and
Regeneration (Part 2)

Awarding 11 hours of Professional Development

A series of four lunch and learn discussions examining the interrelationships of and interconnections between peace, social and economic justice, racial and gender equity and environmental sustainability.  
InterAmerican -To Register and for dates/time,  class # 
EEI1001-1 
North - To Register and for dates/time,  class # 
EEI1001-2

Reconnecting with Earth 1: Shifting Paradigms 
Awarding 12 hours of Professional Development

This workshop is one of a two-part series, each offering four sessions that address a central issue of our time: What is the appropriate relationship of human beings to Earth? As participants engage in readings and discussion questions, they will share observations and reflections on our relationship to Earth, the threats of ecological imbalance, what we can do to create a paradigm shift and make lasting, impactful change, and what the role of higher education is in creating a future generation of Earth literate citizens.  
Kendall - To Register and for dates/time,  class # 
EEI1005-2
Wolfson - 
To Register and for dates/time,  class # EEI1005-1

Climate Disruption: Choosing Resiliency 
 
Awarding 15 hours of Professional Development
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This multi-media workshop will address the topic of climate change through readings, group reflections, discussion questions, 
and action planning as well as interactive electronic resources 
including web and video content. 
Wolfson  - Starting Friday, September 23, 2016-    2 pm - 3:30 pm    
To Register and for dates/time,  class # EEI1007-1 
 

SENCER and Sustainability Best Practices   
Awarding 6 hours of Professional Development - 
This workshop combines EEI Global Sustainability and Earth Literacy Studies (GSELS) Learning Network, SENCER 
(Sciene Education and New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities)specifics, and GSELS faculty perspectives 
on engaging with SENCER. 

InterAmerican - Friday, October 28, 2016 at 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
To Register, class # EEI1002-1

Oleta River State Park
Awarding 4 hours of Professional Development -
Saturday, October 22nd, 2016    9 am - 1 pm
The immersion will cover the natural and cultural history 
of the largest urban park in the Florida State Park System. Oleta River State Park is a 1,043 acre natural and recreational area surrounded largely by high density residential and commercial developmental.  Park administrators have developed alliances with a range of compatible user groups.  
To Register, class #  
EEI1003-1 

Deering Estate at Cutler Bay
Awarding 6 hours of Professional Development
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Friday, November 4th, 2016    1:30-5:30 pm
Participants in this immersion will explore the natural and cultural history of the Deering Estate at Cutler.  It will include three (3) components: a tour of the Richmond Cottage and Stone House, a short hike on the Tekesta Trail, and a visit to the footpath that, near the end of the nineteenth century, became the first Cutler Road. 
To Register, class # 
EEI1004-1

 

Programs for Faculty and Staff- Ongoing

Global Sustainability and Earth Literacy Studies (GSELS) Learning Network

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

The Next Generation of Global Leaders are Stepping Forward - JOIN US!

Narrow Ridge Earth Literacy Field Experience - Apply In December!

Programs and Resources for Students

Earth Literacy and Sustainability I -new course


YES! club

EEI Service-Learning
 

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Recommended Reading

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  NWF Campus Ecology Program

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  EEI Service-Learning


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   in Curriculum - MDC Faculty 


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GSELS

Global Sustainability 
Earth Literacy Studies
Learning Network

 
Service-Learning

Earth Ethics Institute  Opportunities

 
MDC Students

YES! for Environmental Sustainability Club

 

Florida Keys
Wild Bird Center

Print Fundraiser

 


Community-Rooted Organic Produce Services

 


Join the MDC
Green Goals Challenge

 

Solar Lanterns
for Learning


 


 


 



Ecological Footprint Calculator
 

 


 

Water Clock Project
Kendall Campus
 


 

Journal of
Sustainability Education


 

 
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