COP25 Talanoa Dialogues Report

Neeraja Havaligi, GPSEN’s ED, submitted a summary of the Talanoa dialogues between participants at the December 2019 Virtual Bridge to COP25, hosted at Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) and Lewis and Clark College.  It offers a pulse from Portland for climate change and COP25....

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Whitman College Publishes Article on GPSEN Co-Founder Kim Smith

GPSEN Co-Founder Kim Smith’s expertise in — and passion for — environmental sociology has made her an international leader in sustainability education, representing the U.S. in global efforts, while also bettering her own community in Portland, Oregon. In addition to teaching sociology at...

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PSU’s new Climate Change Science and Adaptation Minor

Portland State offers new Climate Change Science and Adaptation minor, open to all undergraduates. Portland State University is offering a new minor this fall aimed at informing and engaging students on the pressing issue of climate change.  The new Climate Change Science and Adaptation minor is a...

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GPSEN Launches New 2019-2022 Strategic Plan

GPSEN’s strategic plan for 2019-2022 places sustainability education at the forefront in order to transform “business as usual” to a sustainable future through new levels of shared identities, empowerment, and active engagement. Strategic Priorities and Highlights Educational programs, such as...

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Culture in the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda

The new report entitled: “Culture in the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda”, coordinated by ICOMOS and United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) with contributions from all campaign members, sends key messages on the role of culture – current and potential – in the implementation of...

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