Americas

RCE Borderlands Mexico-USA - 2018

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Image icon 1. Puerto Chiquito classroom. 8-11-18.jpg (101.95 KB) One-room schoolhouse in Puerto Chiquito Rarámuri community, Guazapares Municipality, Chihuahua. Nayeli Sujey Camargo Lugo
Image icon 2. PC School Library. 8-11-18.jpg (94.16 KB) Puerto Chiquito School Library Living Lab/Centro de Diálogo y Transformación
Image icon 3. PC School Cafeteria. 8-11-18.jpg (54.96 KB) Puerto Chiquito school cafeteria Dora Elisa Ramos Orduño
Date of submission:
Monday, October 22, 2018
CURRENT PROJECT 8. "Include me!"- "¡Ne si asimera!" Indigenous Education with the Rarámuri Community in Guazapares Municipality, Chihuahua México
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RCE Borderlands Mexico-USA - 2018

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Image icon 1. Children. 7-11-18.jpg (42.83 KB) Young visitors to the Ejido Favela Museum Eliseo Villegas
Image icon 2. Cultural History. 7-11-18.jpg (48.71 KB) Cultural history from the Bustillos Lake region. Elizabeth Dávila
Image icon 3. Organic Ag. Demo. Site. 7-11-18.jpg (92.82 KB) Museo Ejido Favela Organic Agriculture Demonstration Site Carolina López C.
A recycled tire turned into a flower pot and an artistic creation Elizabeth Dávila
Image icon 5. Organic Ag Demo Site. 7-11-18.jpeg (116.3 KB) Edible cactus, a traditional staple grown at the Demonstration Site. Eliseo Villegas
Image icon 6. Founders. Ag Site. 7-11-18.jpg (35.13 KB) Museo Ejido Favela Founders Elizabeth Dávila and Eliseo Villegas at the Organic Agriculture Demonstration Site. Carolina López C.
Image icon 7. School Children at Mural. 7-11-18.jpg (117.73 KB) School chidlren posing at one of the Museum's murals Elizabeth Dávila
Date of submission:
Monday, October 22, 2018
CURRENT PROJECT 7. Ejido Favela Museum, Organic Agriculture Demonstration Site, Art Gallery, Store and Bustillos Lake Restoration Centre

RCE Borderlands Mexico-USA - 2018

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Image icon 1. El Ranchero Solidario. 26-10-18.jpg (208.36 KB) El Ranchero Solidario Farmers’ Cooperative in Anáhuac, Chihuahua México. Cooperativa Campesina El Ranchero Solidario
Image icon 2. Farmers-Shareholders serving the community. 26-10-18.jpg (2.58 MB) Ranchero Solidario farmers-shareholders serving the community. Living Lab/Centro de Diálogo y Transformación
Image icon 3. Madre L. y Niña. 26-10-18.jpg (68.56 KB) Legendary nun, Mother Lolita with a young girl inside the Coop. Señor Noé Peregrino
Date of submission:
Monday, October 22, 2018
CURRENT PROJECT 6: From Poverty to Plenty: El Ranchero Solidario Farmer’s Cooperative in Anáhuac, Chihuahua México
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RCE Borderlands Mexico-USA - 2018

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Image icon 1. Ed. Socioemocional. 17-10-18.jpg (55.15 KB) Boys participating in the Socioemotional Development as Sustainable Development Pilot Workshop. 17 October 2018. ES-25. El Molino Namiquipa. Griselda Adriana Saucedo
Image icon 2. Ed. Socioemocional. 17-10-18.jpg (91.2 KB) Girl doing an introspection exercise. Socioemotional Development as Sustainable Development Pilot Workshop. 17 October 2018. ES-25. El Molino Namiquipa. Griselda Adriana Saucedo
Image icon 3. Ed. Socioemocional. 17-10-18.jpg (55.25 KB) Socioemotional Development as Sustainable Development. Pilot workshop in ES-25 'México Insurgente', El Molino Namiquipa, Chihuahua. 17 October 2018. Griselda Adriana Saucedo
Date of submission:
Monday, October 22, 2018
CURRENT PROJECT 4. Socioemotional Development as Sustainable Development: ‘México Insurgente Secondary School’ in El Molino Namiquipa, Chihuahua México
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RCE Borderlands Mexico-USA - 2018

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Image icon 1. Montaño. ES-25. 26-10-18.jpg (4.06 MB) Harvesting the first fruits! (Cocurbita pepa). Ing. Alan A. Montaño V.
Image icon 2. Montaño. ES-25. 26-10-18.jpg (3.16 MB) Collaborative work in the School Garden. Ing. Alan A. Montaño V.
Image icon 3. Montaño. ES-25. 26-10-18.jpg (110.32 KB) Community Saturday, an opportunity to learn and to serve! Ing. Alan A. Montaño V.
Date of submission:
Monday, October 22, 2018
CURRENT PROJECT 5. Sowing Food Security, Local Production & Consumption: Students’ organic garden at México Insurgente Secondary School, El Molino Namiquipa, Chihuahua México
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RCE Borderlands Mexico-USA - 2018

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Image icon 1. Interpretive Centre. Mysia. 24-10-18.jpg (24.2 KB) The Living Lab Interpretive Centre for Sustainable Development in Chihuahua, México is based on our Interpretive Centre in Fraser’s Hill, Pahang Malaysia under RCE Central Semenanjung. University of Malaya UNESCO Youth Club
Image icon 2. Lab activities. Mysia. 24-10-18.jpg (16.44 KB) Lab activities in our Malaysian Interpretive Centre. Prof. Dr. Carolina López C. Living Lab/Centre for Dialogue & Transformation. University of Malaya
Image icon 3. Children. Empirical Observation. 24-10-18.jpg (14.86 KB) Children learning about their natural environment, prior to beginning activities in the Environmental Science Lab. Sandure Durai
Date of submission:
Monday, October 22, 2018
CURRENT PROJECT 3. Living Lab/Centro de Diálogo y Transformación: Sustainable Development Interpretive Centre at the Mammoth Museum in Chihuahua, México
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RCE Borderlands Mexico-USA - 2018

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Image icon 1. Ramón & ZF. Japón. 12-2017.jpg (80 KB) RCE BMU Youth Coordinator and Young Author Ramón Hernández gifting the book to Dr. Zinaida Fadeeva, UNU-IAS, at the 2017 Global RCE Conference in Okayama, Japan. Ramón Hernández
Image icon 2. Back Cover. TP's 1st Publication.jpg (191.08 KB) Back Cover of Transformation Press’ first ESD publication titled United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Teachers’ Resource Book, written by the Young Authors-RCE BMU Youth, in collaboration with the Autonomous University of Chihuahua. Rosa María Hernández Martínez
Image icon 3. Legal Page. TP's 1st publication.jpg (380.74 KB) The Legal Page of Transformation Press’ first ESD publication, the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Teachers’ Resource Book. Transformation Press
Date of submission:
Saturday, October 20, 2018
CURRENT PROJECT 2. Transformation Press: Publications for Sustainable Development
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We are a bilingual/multilingual publisher specializing in Sustainable Development & Education for Sustainable Development products.
Target Audience:
Community, Higher, Primary, Secondary, Teacher Ed., TVET, Youth (Informal)
Publications are created to address the topics and the 'Level of Education' on request.

RCE Georgetown - 2018

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Image icon Screen Shot 2018-10-12 at 1.03.41 PM.png (1.84 MB) Georgetown RISE Youth Corps with Dean Ennis of Coastal Carolina University, Pamela Martin, and Ryan Fabbri of Town of Pawleys Island South Strand News
Image icon Screen Shot 2018-10-12 at 1.03.20 PM.png (1.94 MB) Georgetown RISE Youth Corps Spring 2018 South Strand news
Date of submission:
Friday, October 12, 2018
Georgetown RISE UN RCE Youth Corps
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RCE Borderlands Mexico-USA - 2018

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Image icon 1. Mobile Living Lab. 24-9-18.jpeg (103.31 KB) The Mobile Living Lab attends to communities throughout the Sustainability Corridor. In addition to community-led development projects, the Mobile Lab provides hands-on experiences for children in the sustainability sciences. Dr. María Sajquim de Torres
Image icon 2. Children. Demonstration Site. 24-9-18.jpg (67.95 KB) Children learning about Biointensive Organic Agriculture at the Santa Isabel site. Plan México Hambre Cero
Image icon 3. Santa Isabel, Chih. 24-9-18.jpeg (154.74 KB) Panoramic view of the Santa Isabel Demonstration Site and Learning Centre. The dome structure is a house made of recycled materials and the building on the right is the Learning Centre. Living Lab/Centro de Diálogo y Transformación Inc.
Date of submission:
Friday, September 28, 2018
CURRENT PROJECT 1. The Mobile Living Lab as a Driver for Sustainable Community Development: Environmental, economic and human wellbeing along the Sustainability Corridor in Chihuahua, Mexico
Target Audience:
Community, Primary, Secondary, Youth (Informal)
Informal & Non-formal Community Education

RCE Western Jalisco - 2018

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Image icon photo1.jpg (2.38 MB) Organic production in friendship garden S. García
Image icon photo2.jpg (1.87 MB) Women committing to the SDGs L. Vargas
Image icon photo3.jpg (2.35 MB) Elementary schoolchildren on the path of the seeds of life S. García
Date of submission:
Creation of spaces for applied sustainability

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