Translating Environmentalism: Strategies & Tools to Create Healthy Communities
Posted by on January 23, 2011
Throughout the year Environmental Leadership Program will engage the general public in dialogues and learning opportunities through the ELP Webinar Series. We recognize the value of your time so have created a format that is 45 minutes in duration, includes time for Q&A and is free to participate in. We look forward to helping you learn more about your areas of expertise as well as engaging you in new topics of interest.
Please join us:
* January 26, 2011 at 12:00 Eastern for Translating Environmentalism: Strategies & Tools to Create Healthy Communities featuring ELP Fellows Ogonnaya Newman, the Senior Environmental Health Coordinator at the West Harlem Environmental Action, Inc. (WEACT), Karen Purcell, Project Leader for Celebrate Urban Birds, a citizen science project at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, and Sarah Dunagan, Staff Scientist at the Silent Spring Institute.
* February 8, 2011 at 12:00 Eastern for Analysis of Ecological Services, Functions, and Socio-Economic Changes in Post-Tsunami Thailand featuring ELP Fellow Chris Dunbar, a coastal marine scientist, hydrographer and captain.
* February 15, 2011 at 12:00 Eastern for Formula Hybrid – Pushing the Envelope on Automotive Design Wynne Washburn, the Deputy Director of the Formula Hybrid International Competition, located at the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College.
* February 24, 2011 at 12:00 Eastern for Farms as Places of Learning featuring Raina Dominguez, a Farm-based Educator at Pennypack Farm and Education Center in Horsham, PA
* FULL ELP WEBINAR SCHEDULE
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