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Daniel Greenberg's webinar coming!

Daniel Greenberg, founder of Earth Deeds, in collaboration with Gaia Education, offers in this webinar an overview of climate change and the pros and cons of current responses, including carbon offsetting and a system where one can:


  • Measure and Reduce our travel-related carbon footprint,
  • Teamfund to acknowledge the costs of these impacts, and
  • Contribute these funds to a sustainability project connected to your program


This free webinar is aimed at sustainability students, researchers, designers, teachers and EDE course participants. It is also relevant to environmental activists and climate change policy makers from different organisations and backgrounds.

Get a better understanding of your own impact on climate change and learn about solutions to help you mitigate it. Learn about your impacts on the environment from your daily activities and how to reduce or mitigate your footprint in effective and sustainable ways.

Recognising the unprecedented crisis of climate change Gaia Education is committed to educating active change agents who use their skills, relationships, and resources to create sustainable communities and a healthy planet.

This is a part of a series of webinars designed around the Gaia Education curriculum built upon the 4 dimensions of sustainability: social, ecological, economic and worldview.

Watch the webinar here!Download the presentation here!

Gaia Education promotes a holistic approach to education for sustainable development. It develops curricula for sustainable community design drawing from good practice within ecovillages worldwide.

If you want to get more information about our Ecovillage Design Education programmes, click here. For information on our online Gaia Education Design for Sustainability programme, available in 3 languages, click here.

Thank you for helping Gaia Education programs and the world become more carbon conscious!

Gaia Education is part of the community of over 1.300 NGOs Associated with the Department of Public Information of the United Nations. Gaia Education's flagship curriculum, the Ecovillage Design Curriculum and our certified programmes taking place in 34 countries are an official contribution to the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development. The UN DESD 2005-2014, is a global effort to raise public awareness of and wider participation in Education for Sustainable Development.