Campus Sustainability Day Keynote Broadcast 2012: Preparing Students for a Changing Climate
The Campus Sustainability Day 2012 Keynote Broadcast, Preparing Students for a Changing Climate, aired live on Wednesday October 24th, 2012. Click on the video above to watch the broadcast. Read below for more information about the program and events held for Campus Sustainability Day in 2012, and visit the 2012 CSD Second Nature website.
Join us in celebrating the 10th anniversary of Campus Sustainability Day with a live panel discussing the role colleges and universities must play in creating sustainability education for all students which prepares the next generation of leaders to lead a just, healthy, and sustainable society. How can colleges and universities prepare students for a changing climate, society, and economy through sustainability education?
The live event will stream on this page. Please bookmark this link and register to participate in the event.
How to Participate
Preparing Students for a Changing Climate Keynote Broadcast
Register for the Keynote Broadcast on Your Campus
October 24th 2012, 2pm – 3:30pm EST
This event is free and open to all interested participants! Use the link above to register. Then, on Wednesday October 24th at 2pm EST, join thought leaders in campus sustainability for a live video panel discussion!
About the Panelists
Featuring Dr. Geoffrey Chase, leader of the Ponderosa Project, Julie Elzanati, Director of the Illinois Green Economy Network, Debera Johnson, founder of the Partnership for Academic Leadership in Sustainability, Julian Keniry, Senior Director of Campus and Community Leadership, National Wildlife Federation Campus Ecology Program, and Neil Weissman, Provost, Dickinson College, this panel invites questions from the audience to discuss best practices for creating ecological curriculum, advancing experiential and living laboratory learning, and engaging faculty and the surrounding community in meaningful and critical education. Panelists represent experience from across the higher education spectrum and bring a diverse range of ideas, solutions, and programmatic influences to the discussion.
About the Event
The keynote broadcast will be streamed using Google+ Hangouts on Air, using a live YouTube video. Please be sure to reserve a room or space which is equipped to screen YouTube videos. You will not need a Google+ account to participate. On the day of the event, this page (the page you are currently viewing) will have the YouTube video streaming live. Simply visit this page to begin screening the video at 2pm EST.
If you would like to submit questions to the panelists, you will need a Google or YouTube account. To ask a question, click on the “Watch on YouTube” button in the lower right hand corner of the video window. This will take you to the live video on the Second Nature YouTube Channel. To ask a question, sign in to your Google or YouTube account, then post your question in the “Comments” section below the video. Your question will appear instantly to the moderator.
Note that you may not be able to see your question appear unless you refresh the page, which may interrupt your viewing – don’t worry, we’ve received your question. Questions are text-submission only.You will not be live on camera, or using any audio or video, during the event.
If your account is personal or does not have identifying information, please leave your name, position, or college and university name in your question so we know who to address the question to!
Unable to make this live broadcast?
A recording of the broadcast will be made available shortly after the event on the Second Nature YouTube Channel, and on this blog. Please register if you would like to receive information about the recording or live broadcast.
Questions about how to screen this event, or having difficulty? Email event moderator Sarah Brylinsky, Program Associate at Second Nature, at email@example.com.
More Ways to Participate
Institutions are encouraged to participate in the keynote broadcast as a way to jumpstart regional conversations. We want to hear from campuses across the country, and gather input from students, faculty, and staff on the best practices and remaining challenges for providing students with the skills and experiences they need. Host a conversation on campus, gather for a virtual conversation with campuses in your region, or tune-in to one of the regional convesations organized in your area. Appoint a student liaison to take notes – your conversations will be turned into a national guiding document on “Best Practices for Preparing Students for a Changing Climate.”