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International Education Conference

In addition to discussions about global warming and climate change, the agenda at the 2009 International Education Conference included investigations of ways to reduce the environmental impact of international travel through the use of renewable energy, carbon neutrality, and carbon-reduction offsets; preparation of CSUS students for ‘green collar’ jobs; international trends in sustainability education; grants and faculty development available through international education services; and other opportunities and challenges in international education.

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Digging Deeper

(top): Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Linda Rinker with International Education Conference keynote speaker Michael Despines, climate resilience campaign coordinatorfor Friends of the Earth; (bottom): one of the panel discussions during the conference focused on "The Impact of Estonian-Russian Relations on the Lake Piepus Community." Associate Professor of Political Science Dr. Chris Kukk (right) moderated.