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Sustainable Living and Leadership Series

Overview

Do you have an interest in sustainability but are not sure where to start? Are you interested in learning ways to grow your leadership skills and expand your strategies to live more sustainably? Then consider attending the Sustainable Living and Leadership Series online course. This multi-topic series is designed and hosted by Extension services at Michigan State University, Purdue University, and the University of Florida. 

What You Will Learn

Experts from Michigan State University, Purdue University, and the University of Florida will provide attendees with a wide range of knowledge, including real-world examples, to help strenthen critical thinking skills related to future sustainability actions and decisions. Series topics will explore how these interconnected systems function together and independently. Topics include: 

  • sustainability 101
  • energy
  • food
  • water
  • leadership

Each topic is delivered in module form and will explore trends, statistics, actions, and how leaders in sustainability are making a difference in our world. Leadership as a topic and theme will be integrated throughout each module, giving attendees a better understanding of global and local leaders' movements for sustainability. Attendees will learn how to take action and make a positive impact in their own personal and professional lives. 

The series is next being offered every Wednesday from 6:00-7:30pm ET from October 6, 2021 to November 17, 2021.

The fee for the series is $120. Register here.  

To apply for the scholarship rate, please send your email request to Bethany Prykuki at prykucki@msu.edu

 

 


Connect

Interested in our next class? Contact us and we will add you to the list!

Holly Abeels

habeels@ufl.edu

321.633.1702 ext. 52333

Resources

Sustainable UF

Program for Resource Efficient Communities

Living Green

Institute for Sustainable Energy

Brevard County Recycle/Reuse Guide

Brevard County Solid Waste

Recycle Often, Recycle Right