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  • Michael O'Hara
  • Peter E. Strand
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Les Squires -- Webmaster commented on Northwest Earth Institute's group 'Northwest Earth Institute'
"Facilitating an NWEI Discussion Course on Vimeo Facilitating an NWEI Discussion Course. by Northwest Earth Institute vimeo.com/35602 "
Jan 28, 2012
(Nina) Bindi and Northwest Earth Institute are now friends
Sep 18, 2011
Les Squires -- Webmaster commented on Northwest Earth Institute's group 'Northwest Earth Institute'
"NWEI now has a DAILY SCAN OF THE WEB FOR NORTHWEST EARTH INSTITUTE. Over the last few days there have been two new activities -- one from earthprotect.com and the second from NWEI's Facebook page.  Updated daily, the list will grow.…"
Jul 29, 2011
Gail Zawacki joined Northwest Earth Institute's group
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The Northwest Earth Institute (NWEI) is a recognized non-profit leader in the development and delivery of educational programming designed to inspire sustainable behaviors at the individual and organizational levels.
Oct 24, 2010
Gail Zawacki left a comment for Northwest Earth Institute
"Thanks Caitlin...I will join!"
Oct 24, 2010
Dick McManus commented on Northwest Earth Institute's group 'Northwest Earth Institute'
"See my facebook campaign page “Dick McManus-san for State Representative 44th LD” Democrat, Mill Creek, WA state I am blocked from facebook until tomorrow because I have been a bad boy again. I had to use my CIA alias, Rich Takahashi,…"
Sep 22, 2010
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The Northwest Earth Institute (NWEI) is a recognized non-profit leader in the development and delivery of educational programming designed to inspire sustainable behaviors at the individual and organizational levels.
Sep 22, 2010
Kathryn Alexander, MA joined Northwest Earth Institute's group
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The Northwest Earth Institute (NWEI) is a recognized non-profit leader in the development and delivery of educational programming designed to inspire sustainable behaviors at the individual and organizational levels.
Jul 10, 2010
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The Northwest Earth Institute (NWEI) is a recognized non-profit leader in the development and delivery of educational programming designed to inspire sustainable behaviors at the individual and organizational levels.
Jun 14, 2010
Caitlin Payne Roberts joined Northwest Earth Institute's group
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The Northwest Earth Institute (NWEI) is a recognized non-profit leader in the development and delivery of educational programming designed to inspire sustainable behaviors at the individual and organizational levels.
May 13, 2010
Doug Saldivar commented on Northwest Earth Institute's group 'Northwest Earth Institute'
"Hello everyone, I would like to update you all on the sustainability fair here in Welches Oregon on April 24 from 9-4. On December 17 we judged the contest naming the the event. We had quite a few entries from our local elementary school. The…"
Dec 19, 2009
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The Northwest Earth Institute (NWEI) is a recognized non-profit leader in the development and delivery of educational programming designed to inspire sustainable behaviors at the individual and organizational levels.
Dec 19, 2009
The Rev. Jerry commented on Northwest Earth Institute's group 'Northwest Earth Institute'
"I have enjoyed a class using your material (Earth Spirit Center, Louisville, KY). Great stuff. I am interested in making educational material for use in faith communities in particular."
Dec 3, 2009
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The Northwest Earth Institute (NWEI) is a recognized non-profit leader in the development and delivery of educational programming designed to inspire sustainable behaviors at the individual and organizational levels.
Dec 3, 2009
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Nov 30, 2009
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Nov 23, 2009

Profile Information

How are you currently involved in the Transition movement?
The Northwest Earth Institute is recognized as a national leader in the development of innovative programs that empower individuals and organizations to transform culture toward a sustainable and enriching future. Since 1993, over 100,000 people throughout the United States and Canada have taken our courses and in 20 regions outside the Northwest, “sister” earth institutes have formed to address local issues, organize discussions, and empower local communities.
In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
To underscore the powerful effect of personal change, NWEI holds the following mission: Inspiring people to take responsibility for Earth.

NWEI has spent the past 16 years motivating individuals to:
• examine and transform personal values and habits,
• accept responsibility for Earth, and
• act on that commitment.

We seek to partner with other organizations involved in the Transition movement to further the goal of creating sustainable communities that foster environmental and social change.
How can you help the growth/acceptance/vitality of the Transition movement? What can YOU teach us? What can your GROUP teach us?
Today, NWEI offers seven study guides for small groups. These self-guided discussion courses are offered in workplaces, universities, homes, faith centers, neighborhoods, and community centers throughout North America. Each program encourages participants to explore values, attitudes, and actions through discussion with other people.

** Please contact us at contact@nwei.org or 503-227-2807 or visit our website at http://nwei.org for more information on how to organize and participate in one of the courses listed below.**

Basic information on the seven courses offered:
▶ Menu for the Future
- Explore food systems and their impacts on culture, society and
ecological systems
- Gain insight into agricultural and individual practices that promote
personal and ecological well-being
- Consider ways to create and support sustainable food systems
▶ Global Warming: Changing CO2urse
- Explore personal values and habits as they relate to climate change
- Deepen an understanding of the history and science of global warming
- Consider both individual and community level actions to curb global
warming
▶ Choices for Sustainable Living
- Explore the meaning of sustainability
- Consider the ties between lifestyle choices and their impact on Earth
- Learn about steps that can be taken to move toward ecologically
sustainable organizations, lifestyles, and communities.
▶ Voluntary Simplicity
- Gain an understanding of the meaning of voluntary simplicity
- Explore the material and psychological distractions that prevent us
from caring for Earth
- Consider how life might be enriched through the practice of simplicity
▶ Healthy Children – Healthy Planet
- Understand how the pervasive effects of advertising, media,and our
consumer culture can influence a child’s view of the
world
- Discover ways to create meaningful family times and healthful
environments for children
- Explore ways to develop a child’s connection to nature,and to foster
creativity
▶ Exploring Deep Ecology
- Clarify Earth-related values through discussions about deep ecology
and related topics
- Discover how personal values affect the way we view and treat the
Earth
- Explore what it means to take personal responsibility for the Earth
▶ Discovering a Sense of Place
- Gain an understanding of the meaning of a bioregional perspective,
and what it would mean to develop one
- Consider the benefits of consciously developing an intimate
relationship with your place
- Explore what it might mean to protect the place we live
Your Personal Website (if you have one)
http://nwei.org

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At 9:02am on October 24, 2010, Gail Zawacki said…
Thanks Caitlin...I will join!
At 12:14am on September 11, 2009, michael klein ewin said…
Thank you for your reply.
I had look around your web site and now understand your activites. However when I clicked on the link for the Eco challenge it was broken. I cliked thru from your page.
I will follow with interest this concept of an national eco-challenge.
After that event I will be in contact as regards the Global Sustainability Gathering. Thanks for replying to me.
At 2:57am on September 4, 2009, michael klein ewin said…
Hi there from Australia.
This is great - it is the first time I have ever seen an Institute in a Ning group. Congratulations !
So does the instutute host forums, seminars etc ?
I am involved in creating a global sustainability gathering via
www.greenairshow.net
also seeking environment journalists as well.
Thanks for your time
michael in perth
an unable to invite you as a friend that has to come from you, due to a software problem
At 2:30pm on July 28, 2009, Gail Brill said…
I will get a press release out in the end of August and see how many folks i can pull together. We have done the Choices workshop a few years back as well as Menu for the Future and Voluntary Simplicity. Do you think you might ever create a workshop about Peak Oil and transitioning? Could help move this effort along.
At 4:09pm on June 30, 2009, Peter E. Strand said…
Thank you for the information. I'm looking into your website. Looks like it could be useful.
 
 
 

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