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Gunter Pauli Sustainability Class for Teachers, 6/23-27, 2008, Milton, MA



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Educating Children on the Systemic Nature of Environmental Sustainability
The Marion Institute and Cambridge College are collaborating to provide this unique course presented by Gunter Pauli.
When: June 23,24,26 and 27th Monday, Tuesday, (not Wednesday) Thursday, Friday 8:00am-6:00pm Where: Curry College, Milton Campus, 1071 Blue Hill Ave., Milton, MA 02186
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Gunter Pauli is a world-renowned sustainability educator and founder and director of ZERI (Zero Emissions Research & Initiatives) whose entrepreneurial activities span business, culture, science, politics and the environment. He is dedicated to design and implement a society and industries, which respond to people's needs using what is available from nature. ZERI is a global network of creative minds seeking solutions to world challenges. The common vision shared by the members of the ZERI family is to view waste as resource and seek solutions using nature's design principles as inspiration. To learn more about Gunter Pauli's work with ZERI Learning and the Marion Institute, go to: http://www.marioninstitute.org/matriarch/MultiPiecePage.asp?PageID=140&PageName=programzeri .
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Cambridge College offers a unique environment where working adults can build their education on a lifetime of learning. Cambridge College recognizes diversity as an asset to the classroom, the community, and to our society. Our innovative teaching and learning model helps adult students meet the challenges of higher education and earn the degree credentials they need to advance their careers.

The Marion Institute is dedicated to identifying and promoting programs that seek to enhance life for the Earth and its inhabitants. Founded in 1992, the Marion Institute believes in the interdependence of all life and the critical balance necessary for a sustainable future. We believe that when individuals are offered practical and visionary solutions, they become inspired, realize their potential and will act to restore a healthier balance.
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The NITE 2008 Summer Institute will be conducted at Curry College, near Boston. NITE provides students the opportunity to earn up to 15 credits in just 4-5 weeks toward a Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree, Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study, or Doctorate of Education. You are welcome to audit individual courses at the NITE program and still experience the excitement of learning with others from across the country.

Fees: Audit fee application $30, plus $450 for the course (be sure to indicate that you are "Auditing").
To Register: Call Joel Nitzberg - 617-873-0218
Summer Room & Board:
Cambridge College is providing dorms at the beautiful campus of Curry College in Milton. If you are staying on campus for the week, Room and Board: Double $624, Single $760 Call 1-800-380-1218
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Travel by Bus and Train Directions:
Students arriving by train should get off at South Station. You may either take a taxi to Logan Airport and take the Logan Express (follow Air Arrival directions) or you may take a taxi to Curry College at 1071 Blue Hill Avenue, Milton MA 02186. Milton Campus
1071 Blue Hill Avenue
Milton, MA 02186
(617) 333-2364 From Boston:
Proceed South on the Expressway (Route 93 South). Take exit 2B onto Route 138 North (Blue Hill Avenue). Proceed north on Route 138 for 2 1/2 miles (through three traffic lights). The College entrance is on the left.From the Mass. Pike:
Take Exit 14 (Route 128/95 South). Follow to Exit 12 (Route 93 North). Take exit 2B onto Route 138 North (Blue Hill Avenue). Proceed north on Route 138 for 2 1/2 miles (through three traffic lights). The College entrance is on the left.

Gary Liss       
916-652-7850    
Fax: 916-652-0485
www.garyliss.com