Monthly Archives: August 2012

What’s a Co-Op Anyway?

Did you know that more than 800 million people around the world belong to cooperatives, and at least 100 million of them are employed by co-ops? More often than you probably realize, co-ops play a vital part of your everyday … Continue reading

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Discount on Online Course – Water and Sustainability

GEF Institute is offering a 10 percent discount on their latest online course, Water and Sustainability! This course is also part of the requirements to earn a professional certificate in sustainability (also available at 10 percent off!). Just use the … Continue reading

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K-12 Sustainability Education Strategies

Having a well rounded knowledge of sustainability concepts is often distinct from feeling confident and qualified to teach those concepts to a class of students. Not to mention having the ability to develop your own lessons and successfully integrate them … Continue reading

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Introducing the Sustainable Water Challenge!

Did you know that around 700 million people in 43 countries suffer from water scarcity today? This alarming statistic is one of many that indicates the seriousness of the global water crisis planet earth is currently facing.  One factor that … Continue reading

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Bring a Spanish Spice to Your School or Community Garden!

Planting a school or community garden incorporates science education for those involved in the planting and harvesting process, but how can we make gardens even more educational? Spanish! According to the Department of Education, it’s vital to our economy that … Continue reading

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