Wednesday, October 1st
5:00 - 7:00 pm
814 Dupont St, Bellingham (map)
co-hosted by our local Cascadia Green Building Council
Join us for October Green Drinks co-hosted by 2020 Engineering and the NW Washington Collaborative of the Cascadia Green Building Council.
2020 Engineering supports our local Cascadia Collaborative’s mission of a culturally rich, socially just, and ecologically restorative future in our region and throughout the world. Together, the two forward-thinking endeavors strive to push the green building movement’s boundaries through targeted and locally relevant programming and professional development. Read more.
Photo: Bertschi School Science Addition, Seattle - Living Building Challenge project by 2020 ENGINEERING
Bellingham Green Drinks is an informal monthly gathering of environmentally minded folks held in Bellingham, Washington. Open to all, an ever-changing group of people meet to network, make friends, collaborate, and find out what's happening in our community.
The Bellingham Green Drinks is sponsored by RE Sources for Sustainable Communities and meets every 1st Wednesday of the month at 5:00 pm at varying locations. Join Bellingham Green Drinks' Facebook page and Click here to receive monthly emails of when and where the next one will be.
Hannah Coughlin for more information.
Presenting a collaborative Master of Education professional residency graduate program.
Since 1969, WWU’s Huxley College of the Environment has enjoyed a reputation as a premier institution for the education of future environmental experts and leaders. The distinctive, interdisciplinary curriculum grants degrees in Environmental Studies (B.A., B.A.E., M.A., M.Ed.) and Environmental Sciences (B.S., M.S.). The M.Ed. Environmental Education program offers two paths to success:
North Cascades Institute offers a unique professional residency program – fully integrated into a degree program at Huxley College of the Environment at WWU – designed to prepare students in all aspects of environmental education while living among the towering peaks of the North Cascades region in Washington State.
A Master of Education in Environmental Education is earned upon completion of the the seven-quarter program, along with Certificates in Leadership and Nonprofit Administration and Northwest Natural History awarded by North Cascades Institute. Course work explores environmental education while placing an emphasis on field science, cultural studies, teaching and nonprofit administration.
“to develop a world population that is aware of, and concerned about, the environment and its associated problems, and which has the knowledge, skills, attitudes, motivations and commitment to work individually and collectively toward solutions of current problems and the prevention of new ones.”
– 1976 Belgrade Charter