Sara Windjue, energy education specialist at the Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education, UW-Stevens Point, will offer an interactive discussion on environmental education at the Climate Change Coalition of Door County’s free December program. The program will begin at 7 pm Wednesday, December 2, at 10341 Water St., Ephraim (the Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship). She will feature successful environmental education projects in Door County schools and area educators are especially welcome to attend.
Windjue has worked with the Wisconsin K-12 Energy Education Program (KEEP) at Stevens Point since 2005. She supports technology and engineering educators in energy education, develops KEEP’s Building Science program, helps schools adopt renewable energy systems, works with teachers to integrate energy education into STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) and technical education offerings, and collaborates with Cool Choices to motivate sustainable behaviors through the Green and Healthy Schools Wisconsin initiative. Windjue earned a BA in environmental science and biology from Adrian College and an MS in environmental studies from the College of Charleston.
The Climate Change Coalition of Door County (CCCDC) seeks to transcend partisanship and to voice the care we all have for the natural world. CCCDC fosters knowledge and action to address climate change’s challenges and protect the Earth for future generations.
For more information, contact Roy Thilly, 920-839-2503.