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Monday, August 14, 2006

Courses from Centre for Human Ecology and the University of Strathclyde

We thought these might be of interest:

Ethical Enterprise: How can values-led trading organisations can maximise their contribution to ecological sustainability and social justice? Based on two, two-day workshops in Glasgow on 5/6 Oct and 16/17 Nov, plus private study. Leading to a Certificate of Professional Practice. Fee £495.

Food Culture & Agri-Culture: How does farming affect the ecology and community in local areas? What sustainable alternatives to global agribusiness practices exist? Based on two, two-day workshops in Glasgow on 13/15 Oct and 24/26 Nov, plus private study. Leading to a Certificate of Professional Practice. Fee £495.

Spiritual Activism: How can spirituality guide and inspire people working with social and ecological justice? Based on two, two-day workshops in Glasgow on 21/22 Oct and 2/3 Dec, plus private study. Leading to a Certificate of Professional Practice. Fee £495.

Action Research: Deepen your learning about questions you feel passionate about. Research with others, not on them. Based on five workshops in Glasgow on 25/26 Jan; 23 Feb; 23 Mar; 20 Apr, plus private study. Leading to a Certificate of Professional Practice. Fee £495. Sustaining Ecosystems: How do we sustain the ecosystems that sustain us? Based on two, two-day workshops in Glasgow on 8/9 Feb and 15/16 Mar, plus private study. Leading to a Certificate of Professional Practice. Fee £495.

Human Ecology: Initiate effective, enduring change for ecological sustainability and social justice. Full or part-time, based in Glasgow, starting 16 Sept 06 and Sept 07. Leading to Postgraduate Certificate; Diploma or Master of Science. Fee from £2,367 - £4,900. ...and from Centre for Human Ecology and Best Foot Forward Ltd:

Footprint Masterclass: How to calculate the environmental impact and sustainability of a product, organisation, lifestyle or region. One day course in Edinburgh on 9 Nov. Fee £350.

For further information contact Osbert Lancaster, Centre for Human Ecology, 0845 119 2001. Full details online: http://www.che.ac.uk/ > courses

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