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Workshops

The following workshops are available for groups, organizations, non-profits, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), corporations public/private, summer camps, retreats, goverment agencies, churches, schools, colleges and universities, domestic or abroad. If you are interested in holding a workshop in your organization, please contact us at the email provided in the Contacts page for availability and prices.

• Climate Reality - The Climate Reality Project - State of the art of what is climate change and global warming, latest up do date science to fully understand what causes them, their impacts and risks to humanity, biodiversity and the planet, and what are the solutions. One to two hour std lecture, Q/A session.

• STEM PLUS - All the science, technology, engineering and math that high school students need to enroll and attend college and succeed, with additional workshops on motivation, time management, how to be a responsible citizen, transportation, environment, sustainabilty and energy, from fuel cells to solar photovoltaics, wind, and biomass. The students attend lectures in the morning session by renowned university professors, and are coached in the afternoon session in small groups by teachers especially selected and hired locally where they develop and prepare a project from a pool of choices on sustainability and energy with a standard powerpoint and oral presentations, and build a model. Each student group work is presented to family, faculty, friends, guests, and special invitees in a final ceremony at the end of the workshop. Two week full day workshop Mon-Fri 8am-5pm.

• Solar Energy - How to generate your own solar energy at home, residence or business, what is required, what are the components, installation requirements, benefits, approximate current costs, county, state and federal rebates. From beginner to advanced. One to two hour std lecture for beginner, variable for advanced, Q/A session.

• Organic Gardening - How to start your own organic garden, make compost, build the soil, grow your own organic food without the use of pesticides, no herbicides, no chemicals, no synthetic fertilizers and no genetically modified organisms (GMOs). One to two hour std lecture for beginner, variable for advanced, Q/A session.

• Sustainability - What is sustainability, the science, footprint and other metrics, fundamental scientific work and physical laws, state of the world - water, air, climate, energy, biodiversity, rivers, oceans, energy, pollution, population, forests, soil, food, plants and animals. The solutions are presented and discussed with a brief summary of each: housing, water, energy, food, transportation and education. One to two hour std lecture for beginner, variable for advanced, Q/A session.

• Sustainable Cities and Communities - What are sustainable communities, why and how they work, are functional, and what makes them work, how they can be engineered, designed, implemented and built. Discussion of sustainable community examples that were initially developed as sustainable but are not. One to two hour std lecture for beginner, variable for advanced, Q/A session.

• Sustainability Economics - Work and thought in economics that has pioneered the work to develop a new economy, what are the problems with current economic models, and how can a transition to a sustainable economy be engineered. Employee owned co-ops, business in sustainability, public banking and credit unions, and a model of economic sustainability that establishes sustainable social protocols to facilitate the transition to a sustainable economy and society. One to two hour std lecture for beginner, variable for advanced, Q/A session.

 

 
 
 

 

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