Summer Vocation

March 2007
Sierra;Mar/Apr2007, Vol. 92 Issue 2, p70
The article offers information about a weeklong environmental training sponsored by the Sierra Student Coalition. This training is organized every year for those students who are interested in environmental issues like global warming. Students are taught how to start groups of like minded people and organize campaigns like Campus Climate Challenge. Training will be held from mid-June 2007 to mid-August 2007 in various states including California, Iowa, Louisiana. It is reported that discounts and scholarships are also available.


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