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    5 Questions About The Communiversity

    Is it like a university? Yes…and no! The Communiversity is like a University in the sense that it will be a large and diverse campus and learning institution that is dedicated to training the next generation of leaders and change-agents. Where the Communiversity differs is that we realize that knowledge alone is a weak driver

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    Great News! Passionate architects are working on the Communiversity!

    Through Journeyman International, the Communiversity is now a dream that passionate architects are working on. What started as an idea is now being shaped into professional design. “One of Journeyman International’s primary goals is to partner with worthy organizations that are doing incredible humanitarian work.  SERES is one of those organizations.  We are thrilled to

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    SERES leads the way in education for sustainability leadership

    Earlier this month, SERES co-Founder Corrina Grace traveled with Abigail Quic, facilitator to UNESCO’s Headquarters in Paris in order to receive the UNESCO-Japan prize for its innovative sustainability education programs. The award was presented by the Director-General of UNESCO in a ceremony on 5 November 2015 . Corrina and Abigail met with the other laureates, judges and

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    Exploring sustainability through a different lens

    Jessica Chamorro is an incoming senior majoring in Urban Studies and minoring in Global Sustainability at the University of California, Irvine. She is a former foster youth and first generation Mexican American. Her plan is to become an Urban Planner so she can help design cities in a sustainable way. Over summer of 2015, Jessica

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    SERES announced finalist in the Equator Prize 2015

    SERES selected as finalist in 2015 Equator Prize for outstanding local and indigenous community initiatives! The Equator Prize 2015 was awarded to 20 outstanding local and indigenous community initiatives that are advancing innovative solutions for people, nature and resilient communities. While this year SERES was not one of the prize winners, we are proud to