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Discussion Activity Request Form
Fill out this form to request a free discussion activity from the Northwest Earth Institute. We offer several discussion activities which can be used to facilitate small group dialogue during workshops, retreats, classes or to introduce participants to the NW Earth Institute discussion course process.
Organization (if applicable)
NW Earth Institute offers several discussion activities covering several areas of content which draw from our existing course books. These discussion activities can be used for short one-hour sessions or workshops, or as a supplemental activity for your class, for example. Which discussion activity topic areas are you most interested in?
Sustainable food, food and ethics, global food systems (from our Hungry for Change course book)
Personal food choices and sustainability (from our Menu for the Future course book)
Simplicity, effects of consumerism, how to live more lightly on the planet (from our Voluntary Simplicity course book)
Climate change, how to create climate solutions (from our Change Is Our Choice course book)
Energy, effects of carbon based economy, creating a clean energy future (from our Powering A Bright Future course book)
Peace, Justice and Sustainability, exploring intersections (from our Seeing Systems course book)
Organizational sustainability, particularly the business case for sustainability (from our Sustainability Works course book)
General sustainable living/lifestyle choices (from our Choices for Sustainable Living course book)
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