Buildings for Climate Change Solutions - March 16, 9 am - 3 pm. Presented by RIEEA and USGBC Rhode Island

  • 16 Mar 2016
Event Description

Buildings for Climate Change Solutions - March 16, 9 am - 3 pm

Join the Rhode Island Environmental Education Association and the United States Green Building Council of Rhode Island for a hands-on event open to designers, builders, facilities managers, educators, students, and other thinkers interested in whole school community approaches to climate change mitigation.

Wednesday, March 16
Save The Bay Center, Providence
Cost: FREE!

Learn the science behind climate change and how to use this information to collaboratively build resilient and productive schools from infrastructure to instruction.
Share YOUR ideas, successes, and challenges for creating healthy schools.
Find out what others are already doing in schools to mitigate climate change.

Agenda includes:

Communicating Climate Change, led by Kati Maginel, Save The Bay Educator and National Network of Ocean and Climate Change Interpretation Facilitator
Stories of Success Pecha Kucha
Film Showing of Elevated Thinking: The High Line in New York City
Green Schools in Rhode Island, presented by the RI Department of Education’s School Building Authority
Team Action Challenge

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