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Ecovillages - Global Ecovillage Network - 4 views

    The Ecovillage Design Education programme (EDE) was born out of the experiences of long existing communities and cutting edge educators or transformative and particpatory learning in order to share how to create a new way of living with low environmental impact and high quality of life, bringing together the four areas of regeneration: social, ecological, economic, and culture/worldview. These programmes are well known to be life changing. Previous participants have become change agents in their communities, cities and regions, capable of playing active roles in transitioning their communities, organisations and neighbourhoods, to more sustainable and regenerative practices, lifestyles and infrastructure, as well as leading more meaningful, joyful and healthier lives. This Ecovillage Design Course covers: Creating Community & Embracing Diversity Skill & Conflict Management Dragon Dreaming: Co-creating collaborative projects Social & Personal Transformation Leadership & Participatory Decision Making Processes Permaculture Design & Green Building Renewable Energy, Water Management, Waste Management Sustainable Agriculture & Food Security Climate Change & How Ecovillages are tackling EmerGENcies Shifting from Global Economy to Sustainability Exploring Community Economies Social Currencies, Community Banks & Exchange Trade Systems Intrapreneurship, Edge Work & Living Systems Holistic Worldview & Reconnection with Nature Transformation of Consciousness & Trauma Work Designing Regenerative Cultures Evolutionary Approaches to Education Ecovillages and the Sustainable Development Goals And more…
    Nom : Global ecovillage network // Maturité : Concurrent numéro 1 sur le marché // Langue : Anglais // Durée : 5 mois // Tarif : 900 dollars // Durée : 5 mois // Public cible : Etudiant, Amateur, professionnel, expert // Type : Cours en ligne // Contenu de la formation : Explorez la régénération sociale, écologique, économique et culturelle et la conception de projets à travers des cours, des groupes de pratique, des partages et des exercices dans un voyage d'apprentissage transformateur de 5 mois. // But de la formation : Création écolieu + initiation à de nouvelle perspective écologique // Extrait : « En partageant les meilleures pratiques et les solutions innovantes et en honorant les connaissances traditionnelles et les cultures locales profondément enracinées, GEN jette des ponts entre les décideurs politiques, les universitaires, les entrepreneurs et les réseaux de communautés durables à travers le monde afin de développer des stratégies pour une transition globale vers des communautés et des cultures résilientes. C'est une formation qui se passe en anglais réalisé par une entreprise existant depuis déjà de nombreuses années. Ils sont implantés sur chaque continent avec une antenne sur chacun d'entre eux. GEN a un statut consultatif au sein de l'UN-ECOSOC (Conseil économique et social) et est partenaire de l'initiative UNITAR-CIFAL, qui sont des organismes travaillant avec les gouvernants du monde entier. »

Zero emission - Wikipedia - 0 views

    Vehicles and other mobile machinery used for transport (over land, sea, air, rail) and for other uses (agricultural, mobile power generation, etc.) contribute heavily to climate change and pollution, so zero emission engines are an area of active research.

Alors, on change! L'autonomie alimentaire - 0 views

    Si on veut procéder à un changement ......

Killing Us Softly 3: Advertising's Image of Women - YouTube - 2 views

    Jean Kilbourne's pioneering work helped develop and popularize the study of gender representation in advertising. Her award-winning Killing us Softly films have influenced millions of college and high school students across two generations and on an international scale. In this important new film, Kilbourne reviews if and how the image of women in advertising has changed over the last 20 years. With wit and warmth, Kilbourne uses over 160 ads and TV commercials to critique advertising's image of women. By fostering creative and productive dialogue, she invites viewers to look at familiar images in a new way, that moves and empowers them to take action."

Villes en transition - 1 views

    Créativité, imagination et humour pour faire face aux défis de demain. Le mouvement de la transition présenté par ses acteurs principaux. VO ENG sous-titres FR 'In Transition' is the first detailed film about the Transition movement filmed by those that know it best, those who are making it happen on the ground. The Transition movement is about communities around the world responding to peak oil and climate change with creativity, imagination and humour, and setting about rebuilding their local economies and communities. It is positive, solutions focused, viral and fun. In the film you'll see stories of communities creating their own local currencies, setting up their own pubs, planting trees, growing food, celebrating localness, caring, sharing. You'll see neighbours sharing their land with neighbours that have none, local authorities getting behind their local Transition initiatives, schoolchildren making news in 2030, and you'll get a sense of the scale of this emerging movement. It is a story of hope, and it is a call to action, and we think you will like it very much. It is also quite funny in places.

Water and Power: Are public services still public? - 1 views

    Public water and electricity are back in vogue! Yet many state-owned utilities are now undergoing "corporatization": they have legal autonomy and manage their own finances. Is this a positive development in the struggle for equitable public services? Or a slippery slope toward privatization? (SPANISH and FRENCH captions available, click "CC" in video toolbar to select or "Settings" to change language)

Qu'est-ce que le Hackschooling ? Réflexion sur l'enseignement & le hacking. - 3 views

    "L'esprit « hacker » « Beaucoup de gens pensent que les pirates sont des génies de l'informatique, des geeks qui vivent au sous-sol de la maison de leurs parents et qui créent des virus informatiques. Je ne le vois pas de cette façon. Les pirates sont des innovateurs. Les hackers sont des gens qui remettent en question et modifient les systèmes pour les faire fonctionner différemment, pour les rendre plus efficaces. C'est juste la façon dont ils pensent, c'est juste un état d'esprit. »"

Getting Started with Diigolet - Diigo help - 0 views

  • Tags help you find and organize your bookmarks by letting you select all of your bookmarks with a certain tag or combination of tags. Quickly add relevant tags to a bookmark by clicking on any of the recommended tags that appear under the description field on the “Save Bookmark” pop-up. When you are satisfied with the information in the “Save Bookmark” pop-up, click the “Save Bookmark” button. Now a link to the page is stored in your Diigo library, and the information you entered is stored with it.
  • Highlight Highlighting lets you denote important information on a page, just like highlighting in a book, but with Diigo, the highlighted text will be conveniently saved to your library as well. There are some important things for me to denote on my recipe. My wife doesn’t like pineapple, my grandfather can’t have eggs or chocolate, and I don’t like coconut very much, so I highlight those items on the recipe to let me know I need to deal with them. Highlight by clicking “Highlight” on the Diigolet. Then select the text you want to highlight. The text will be visually highlighted and the text is now stored in your library. It’s that easy. Click the button again to exit highlighter mode. You can also change the color of a highlight by clicking the downward-pointing arrow next to “Highlight” and choosing a color. Colors are useful for differentiating different types of highlights. I will use a different color for each of the different people I need to consider.
  • To add a sticky note to a highlight, simply move your mouse cursor over a highlight. When the little pop-up tab with the pencil on it appears, move the cursor to it and a menu will appear. Choose “Add Sticky Notes”. Now you can type and post a sticky note just like before, but this time it will be tied to the highlighted text.
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Grants and Fellowships from the Open Society Foundations - Open Society Foundations - 0 views

    The Open Society Foundations award grants and fellowships throughout the year to organizations and individuals who share Open Society values. We look for grantees who have a vision and whose efforts will lead to lasting social change. The vast majority of our grants are awarded to organizations that we approach directly, but we do list some open opportunities below. Other funding opportunities are available through Open Society's network of national and regional foundations.
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