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Video of RCE Saskatchewan 2014 Recognition Event

I am just posting this important message from Lyle regarding Paul Lang's excellent video he has prepared of the 2014 RCE SK Recognition Event in Regina.--Roger

 

Good morning colleagues:

I just received this EXCELLENT LINK form Paul Lang last night so that we can "share" this year's RCE Saskatchewan Recognition Event at Government House with our Patron the Lt. Governor.

http://vimeo.com/110427316?email_id=Y2xpcF90cmFuc2NvZGVkfDU3NzU1NjcxYjY0ODgxM2UzZmFlMDI0OWQ2MTAyMTA5MzI3fDUxNDYwNzF8MTQxNDYzMjg4Nnw3NzAx&utm_campaign=7701&utm_medium=clip-transcode_complete-finished-20120100&utm_source=email

Special thanks to Paul Lang for not only the time he spent capturing these (and I assume many further hours?) of video to highlight some of the special moments of that day in just 5 minutes on this VIMEO video link.

I am sure that it took many more days and hours for this production Paul, and WE DO APPRECIATED your TALENT and this "GIFT" we can showcase in Japan at the upcoming 9th Global UNU RCE Conference in Okayama, Japan November 3 to 7, 2014.

 

All the best and enjoy these special moments and memories that Paul has captured for our benefit.

Last chance to register for SEdA/RCE Seminar (June 7-8, 2012, Regina)

 

There is still time to register for the upcoming Sustainability and Education Academy (SEdA)/RCE Saskatchewan seminar! The SEdA/RCE seminar will take place in Regina on June 7-8 2012 and there are still a few spots available.

The seminar is co-hosted by SEdA and RCE Saskatchewan and provides a unique opportunity for leaders in various sectors to come together to not only discuss the issues of sustainable development of interest to our region but also to develop a plan that propels the province toward a sustainable future.

To take part in this exciting event, please register online before the end of Monday, June 4, 2012 at: http://www.yorku.ca/seda/regina.html

Come to the SEdA/RCE seminar to learn more about current issues of sustainable development in Saskatchewan and help develop a plan that makes Saskatchewan sustainable well into the future. Background information about the current state of the province and more information about the seminar can be found in the attached document. A schedule of the seminar is also attached along with a brochure. 

You are also invited to attend the 2012 ESD Recognition Event where the RCE will show its appreciation to outstanding organizations and individuals that are working to promote sustainable development in Saskatchewan. The event will take place on Thursday, June 7, 2012 from 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM at the Wascana Centre (2900 Wascana Drive) in Regina. For more information about this event please go to: http://www.zebra.anatexis.net/RecognitionProgram/   

Please contact Gerry Connelly at gconnelly@edu.yorku.ca if you have any questions about the seminar on June 7th and 8th or Adrienne Billings at bourquea@uregina.ca if you have any questions about the RCE ESD Recognition Event and celebration on June 7th. 

We hope to see you there.

Sincerely,

Adrienne Billings, RCE Recognition Event Coordinator

 

One week left to apply for the 2012 RCE Recognition Event!

Good afternoon,

I would like to remind you once again of the upcoming Regional Centre of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Recognition Event. The event will take place on June 7 from 9:30AM - 2:30PM at the Wascana Centre (2900 Wascana Drive, Regina, Saskatchewan) and will recognize the innovative and creative ways that individuals and organizations are working to advance ESD in Saskatchewan. Sponsors for the event include: APEGS, Conexus Credit Union, The Co-operators, SaskEnergy, Sask Water, SIAST, the University of Saskatchewan, the Wascana Centre and the City of Regina.

The deadline to submit applications for consideration is on May 1. I have once again attached the call for nominations as well as the nomination application form to this email message. I invite you to submit an application for projects that you are working on or other ESD projects that you feel deserve recognition. Possible areas of educational work for sustainable development include:

- Building sustainable communities
- Climate change
- Farming and local food production
- Health and healthy lifestyles
- Reconnecting to natural prairie ecosystems
- Sustainable infrastructure including water and energy
- Cultural adaptation for sustainability

I would appreciate if you could pass this reminder on to others through your email contacts, websites, and listservers. If you are interested in applying for a recognition award but have not yet submitted an application, please send me an email so I know that you are interested. Completed applications can be sent to my e-mail address at the bottom of this message.

For more information on this year's event, to see projects from past winners, and to obtain an application form, please visit our ESD Recognition Event webpage at:

http://www.zebra.anatexis.net/RecognitionProgram/

We look forward to receiving your submissions.

Sincerely,

Adrienne Billings
RCE Recognition Event Coordinator 
Ph:   (306) 535-1588
Email:    bourquea@uregina.ca

REMINDER: Deadline for applications for the 2012 RCE Recognition Event is May 1

 

Good afternoon,

I would like to remind you of the upcoming Regional Centre of Expertise (RCE) on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Recognition Event. The event will take place on June 7 from 9:30AM - 2:00PM at the Wascana Centre (2900 Wascana Drive, Regina, Saskatchewan) and will recognize the innovative and creative ways that individuals and organizations are working to advance ESD in Saskatchewan. 

The deadline to submit applications for consideration is on May 1. I have once again attached the call for nominations as well as the nomination application form to this email message. I invite you to submit an application for projects that you are working on or other ESD projects that you feel deserve recognition. Possible areas of educational work for sustainable development include:

- Building sustainable communities
- Climate change
- Farming and local food production
- Health and healthy lifestyles
- Reconnecting to natural prairie ecosystems
- Sustainable infrastructure including water and energy
- Cultural adaptation for sustainability

I would appreciate if you could pass this reminder on to others through your email contacts, websites, and listservers. If you are interested in applying for a recognition award but have not yet submitted an application, please send me an email so I know that you are interested. Completed applications can also be sent to my e-mail address at the bottom of this e-mail message.

For more information on this year's event, to see projects from past winners, and to obtain an application form, please visit our ESD Recognition Event webpage at:

http://www.zebra.anatexis.net/RecognitionProgram/

We look forward to receiving your submissions.

Sincerely,

Adrienne Billings
RCE RecognitionEvent Coordinator 
Ph:              (306) 535-1588      
Email:   bourquea@uregina.ca

 

Dr. Tanya Dahms discusses sustainability and the RCE Saskatchewan

Please see: Global perspective gained on local sustainability issues to read Dr. Dahms's discussion on sustainability, RCE Saskatchewan, and her role as a founding member of the RCE Saskatchewan network.

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