GPSEN Fellow Profile: Zahra Golshani

Zahra Golshani is a research fellow and the co-chair of GPSEN’s Research & Curriculum Committee. In her own words…. I got to know the Greater Portland Sustainability Education Network (GPSEN) in mid-2016 and fell in love with its mission and activities. I joined as a research...

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GPSEN Fellow Profile: Frank Granshaw

For over two years I have served as both a board member and a research fellow with GPSEN. As such my focus has been on developing climate, energy, and sustainability curriculum, as well as nurturing the various connections necessary to support this work. By background I am a geologist, a veteran...

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October Newsletter: EcoChallenge is here!

VIEW THE OCTOBER NEWSLETTER Are you up to the Challenge? GPSEN joins 657 teams and over 7,750 participants around the world this month for NWEI’s October EcoChallenge.  From energy, water, and health to community, nature, and simplicity, take measurable action on sustainability solutions...

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The inclusive green economy in EU development cooperation

The European Commission Directorate General for International Cooperation and Development just released a new Reference Document  in the Tools and Methods series, entitled The inclusive green economy in EU development cooperation – An innovative approach at the intersection of the EU’s Planet,...

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The Intertwine Alliance’s Affordable Housing Efforts

On September 25, The Intertwine Alliance hosted an event to educate our partners about the affordable housing bond that will be on the ballot this November, and to make connections between it and our sector’s ongoing work. When Metro made the leap to take on funding affordable housing in such a...

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UNESCO position paper on the future of ESD

What makes people act for sustainable development? How can education help make the transformation? UNESCO invites concerned stakeholders and the public to review the draft UNESCO position paper on the future of Education for Sustainable Development and share their comments. UNESCO position paper...

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