21ST CENTURY EDUCATION: SUSTAINABILITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE ON WEDNESDAY

by | Mar 20, 2018 | News, page 2 | 1 comment

On Wednesday, March 21 at 7pm in University Hall, Students for Environmental Action (SEA) will be hosting the 21st Century Education: Sustainability and Environmental Justice forum.

 

This will be a space for students to speak their concerns about sustainability on campus and question what it means to have a 21st-century education,” writes junior Elise Eifler. “We plan to discuss concerns on the intersection of environment, equity and economy.”

 

The sustainability forum will provide students an opportunity to openly discuss sustainability and environmental issues as they relate to our campus, with President Kuncl and administration in attendance.  

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  1. chamberberk

    This is an excellent article illustrating the direction that educational development needs to focus on, that is, collaboratively addressing local needs and problems in context, rather than imposing solutions developed elsewhere. The limited evidence we have on the important place of ownership” in the sustainability of benefits from donor-supported education programs suggests that the authors” hope that the outcomes will be sustainable will be realised. cialis cheap