Sustainability Education Collective Conference and Workshop Series


Sustainability Education Collective Conference and Workshop Series

Join us for the Sustainability Education Collective Conference Series, a three-day conference and workshop series that recognizes the link between the climate crisis and institutional racism to explore the systematic ways that education connects local issues to global environmental sustainability. This event will engage a diverse community of sustainability education researchers, educators, nongovernmental organization experts, and learners in identifying solutions to the current crises across multiple scales and methodologies. This hybrid conference and workshop series focuses specifically on sustainability education as a way to advance equity and justice in research and public education.

Dates: June 22, August 17, September 15

Location: In-person at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and on Zoom

Registration: FREE

June 22 Keynote: Dr. Carolyn Finney authors of Black FacesWhite Spaces: Reimagining the Relationship of African Americans to the Great Outdoors

August 17 Keynote: Her Excellency Ms. Thilmeeza Hussain, Permanent Ambassador of the Maldives to the United Nations

September 15 Keynote: Dr. Oren Pizmony-Levy