All kinds of working ideas for what’s working to change the climate

July 11, 2010 at 7:28 AM Leave a comment

Hello after a month off taking a break in the UK and France, walking the cliffs of Cornwall with my sister Diana, and motorcycling the French Alps with my husband, visiting family and queuing at airports. It’s been glorious, a particularly great vacation. If you are REALLY interested, you can see all 300-

The '10.3 miles' on the map doesn't account for the severe ups and downs in record heat...

ish photos at http://www.sueboudreau.smugmug.com. Whittled down from over a thousand…

Here’s a beautiful website to inspire kids to action from Deutche Welle (in English)

Biomass bricks in India, solar roofs in Argentina, renewable electricity in Mongolia and many more projects underway world-wide with video clips. Refreshing to see what’s going on in the world from a European perspective too.

http://www.dw-world.de/dw/0,,13279,00.html

Today, starting TAP with the Orinda Community Church Sunday school. Nervous. What if no one shows and the ones that do think it’s dumb? Leslie and I will give it as good as we’ve got. It’s the collage approach, where instead of individual worksheets, they will do the first 4 activities as a collage on a bulletin board.

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Entry filed under: Biodiversity and Ecology, TAP Curriculum. Tags: , , , .

TAP by the numbers – the sum of our efforts. TAP at Sunday School – How are we connected to nature?

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