In this episode, Coleen Sailsman and Sarisha Boodoo share what they learned about community engagement and environmental advocacy.
For many of us, this was our first-ever in-person conference and a chance to be face-to-face with Florida’s leading water experts.
TESI Environmental Leaders Fellows embarked on a mission to learn more about environmental research, education and civic engagement in Florida.
Students collected questions for the closing plenary panel: Climate Resilience in a Ground Zero State.
Dr. Ruth Steiner spoke to fellows about planning for sustainable modes of transportation, and its impact on communities, the environment, and public health.
Students learned about sustainability initiatives at UF, UF’s Climate Action Plan, and ways to get involved on campus.
An orientation, climate change communication seminar and cleanup opportunity gave Fellows the chance to meet one another in November.