In the future lab, teachers and students jointly envisioned their preferred future, analyzed facts and developed scenarios and charted sustainable paths for the future. WORK.Learn.Share.Change.
Participants discussed the challenges and opportunities with experts, put forward theses for the future and explored case studies of the places already engaged in changemaking: Work.Learn.SHARE.Change.
Fascinating experiments awaited in thede workshops with practical experiments and sustainable effects: Work.LEARN.Share.Change.
Experts in Education for Sustainability presented best-practice examples and co-develop with participants exemplary, transformative and "sustainablized" learning experiences: Work.Learn.Share.CHANGE.
Find posts about the summit from the Goethe-Institut Chicago and the participants on Instagram by searching #oursustainablefuture.
Cotton and cork drawstring bags with the slogan "Eat. Sleep. Reuse. Reduce. Recycle. Repeat"
Students planting vegetables in an upcycled container
Students presenting their ideas after the workshop "Sustainable consumption"
A teacher with his #WunderbarTogether water bottle and sustainable drawstring bag
What are the goals of the summit? How do I register? These and other important questions are answered in the FAQ.
Jaimie is the founder and president of the Cloud Institute, NY. She is a thought leader in the field of Education for Sustainability. She designs and facilitates professional development programs and directs the collaborative development of numerous instructional units and courses for K-12 and Higher Education designed to teach and learn across disciplines through the lens of sustainability.
Keynote speaker: Jamie Cloud
Jaimie P. Cloud is the founder and president of the Cloud Institute for Sustainability Education in New York City. The Cloud Institute is dedicated to the vital role of education in creating awareness, fostering commitment, and guiding actions toward a healthy, secure and sustainable future. Ms. Cloud has written several book chapters and articles, teaches extensively, and writes and facilitates the collaborative development of numerous instructional units and programs that are designed to teach across disciplines through the lens of sustainability. In addition she serves as an advisor, board or committee member to several organizations with related goals and interests.