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How to Incorporate Sustainability into Your Schools and Communities

Author: Juan Sostheim, Founder of Rancho Margot, Costa Rica


Presented by Juan Sostheim, Founder of Rancho Margot, Costa Rica
Tuesday, December 6, 2011, 1:00pm ET
For Classrooms

Incorporating environmental sustainability practices into our everyday lives is a vital part of preserving our planet’s natural beauty and resources. This concept lies at the heart of the identity and mission of Rancho Margot, a self-sustained farm located in the heart of Costa Rica, a country leading these efforts. Bring your students to a webinar hosted by Juan Sostheim, founder and owner of Rancho Margot, to learn about how the ranch helps protect our environment (the entire ranch only produces 2 garbage bags a week!) and learn ways you and your students can incorporate environmental sustainability practices into your everyday lives to make your homes, schools and communities greener. Students will also learn more about the Siemens We Can Change the World Challenge, a national sustainability competition that empowers students in grades K-12 to develop and share environmental solutions that can help change the world.

Learn more about Rancho Margot here: http://ranchomargot.org/
Read Juan’s vision here: http://ranchomargot.org/?tag=juan-sostheim

DOWNLOAD THE ARCHIVED RECORDING: Download the archived recording from the Classroom Connections box to the right.

****PLEASE NOTE: You must register for Siemens STEM Academy in order to download the file.*****

 



Subjects:  ScienceTechnologyIntegrationInspiration
Grade Level:  3456789101112


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01-Dec-11 09:16 AM

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24-Nov-11 05:18 PM

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Rebecca Thomason says:
17-Nov-11 09:26 AM

cant wait!

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17-Nov-11 08:21 AM

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