Our students, curators, and collaborators are sharing outdoors activities with emphasis on specific learning topics. The topics are related to higher education courses also being taught this term.
Our first topic is the Environmental Management. The focus is sustainability, climate, food, lands, reducing human impact, etc. Other topics will be open based on current interest and news.
This is a report of our visit to the Center of Environmental Studies of Comunitat Valenciana in Spain.
Outdoors discussion: how is your community sharing resources to improve energy and environmental management?
Solar and wind exhibits outside main building of Center of Environmental Studies of Valencian Community. The center has a sample of energy sources used in Spain.
More photos of their farm and garden coming soon. Visit their website
Courses: Global Management, Environmental Management, Energy Management.
Melissa Kay Thompson and #WindEnergy in #Kansas.
Mark Thompson behind the scenes. Both take amazing outdoors photos.
#WindEnergy in #Kansas. ==> “In the first three months of 2017, two wind farms — the 200-megawatt Cimarron Bend II wind farm in Clark County and the 280-megawatt Western Plains wind farm in Ford County — came on line. That brings Kansas to 4,931 megawatts of generation capacity, according to AWEA.” (http://www.kansas.com/news/business/article148442094.html) Following Melissa & Mark Thompson on their way to #Colorado.
#SolarPower #WindPower #GreenPower. Lessons from @vamospedaleando. He is biking across #Spain and #Portugal looking for #sustainable ideas. His photos share his beautiful views and his reflections while sleeping in a tent or hammock under the stars. Follow him via #VamosPedaleando in Instagram and Facebook. The university is outdoors. #outdoorsuniversity