Report from 10th Global RCE Conference in Indonesia (Nov. 2016)

Please find attached the report from Paul Stinson who attended the 10th Global RCE Conference in Indonesia in November of this year (2016). Thank you Paul for representing our RCE at this important event.--Roger

Talking Sustainability at U of S

2016-12-02 15:00
2016-12-02 16:00

Dear all,

 

Please join the Sustainability Education Research Institute (SERI) for our third Talking Sustainability event of 2016, on December 2nd at 3PM CST.

Dr. Haluza-DeLay is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at The King’s University in Edmonton Alberta. He has published over fifty academic articles and book chapters from research on environmental justice, political ecology and the Alberta oil sands, anti-racism and environmental education. In November 2016, he was a delegate to the UN Climate negotiations in Marrakech.

This presentation will be available online via webex and in Room 1235 of the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Education Building (with refreshments).  

 

To join online, visit http://usask.webex.com, and then enter the meeting number: 809 896 829. 

RSVP to Jada Koushik for connection instructions: jada.koushik@usask.ca

Please circulate the attached poster to anyone you think might be interested in attending.

 

We look forward to seeing you there! 

 

All the best,

Nicola

RCE Faciliation Group Meeting

2016-10-13 00:00
2016-10-13 00:30

Please see meeting agenda attached along with two additional documents for discussion. The meeting will take place in Luther College Room 213 and via skype.--Roger

Lyle Benko Tribute May 4 2016

The attached tribute in memory of Lyle Benko was given at the RCE Saskatchewan ESD Recognition Event on May 4, 2016, at the Treaty 4 Governance Centre in Fort Qu'Appelle.

Climate Change Indicators in the U.S. 2016 (4th ed.) Now Available

Please see the note below from the US EPA.--Roger

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) has published a new report, 'Climate Change Indicators in the United States, 2016 (Fourth Edition)'.

‘The Earth's climate is changing. Temperatures are rising, snow and rainfall patterns are shifting, and more extreme climate events – like heavy rainstorms and record high temperatures – are already happening. Many of these observed changes are linked to the rising levels of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in our atmosphere, caused by human activities. EPA partners with more than 40 data contributors from various government agencies, academic institutions, and other organizations to compile a key set of indicators related to the causes and effects of climate change.’

For a free copy, send a request to EPA’s Climate Change Indicators Team at climateindicators@epa.gov.

Climate Change Indicators Team

Climate Change Division

U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

1200 Pennsylvania Ave NW   /   Washington, DC 20460

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