Team Schedules November Climate Team

Climate change is the greatest environmental threat facing humanity. Constant and disproportionate emissions of gases by industrialized countries, among other abuses of natural resources, are causing major changes in global climate. Its consequences affect mainly the developing countries and result in floods, drought, hurricanes and all kinds of natural disasters that leave the population helpless and without means to survive.
Climate change is one of the great threats of our time, not only for nature and the extinction of species, but also for man. Although the effects of climate change are noticeable across the globe, they do not affect all populations alike.
In the Climate Change Activist Program of the Richmond Vale Academy, you will learn and teach along with people from all over the world and — what's the most important task nowadays for a Climate Activist — contributing to create awareness, spreading the knowledge about Climate Change and Global Warming in the communities, and specific in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Our team of Climate Activists are already carrying out their corresponding activities with the program. Here we present the activities that have been carried out the last couple of weeks:
Week 3: Digging Deeper – 14th to the 20th of November
Morning Afternoon Evening
Monday Morning Class about:
The USA election and
democracy
Basic climate science:
Climate Change and the
Oceans
Basic climate science:
What Now? Responding
to Climate Change
We go over
the poster
about our
expectations
to this period.
Tuesday Common action Local impact on Climate
Change in St. Vincent.
A field trip in the North
Leeward.
Creative
evening
We blogging
Wednesday Morning Class about:
Humanure  
We go over the period:
“Digging Deeper”
We decide the proposed
plan or change it.
We discus our
expectations to this
period. We make posters.
Course: Ways to propa-
gate trees. We set our
first Papaya seeds.
3pm: Course about tree
lympics
Documentary:
Cowspiracy
Thursday Food production Responsibility groups
1 hour course by Luke
about Energy Trees
Common Meeting
Friday Morning Class about:
How far are we with
Renewable energy
We go to Kingstown for
shopping $$$$$$$$$$$
We go to Kingstown for
shopping $$$$$$$$$$
Culture
evening.
Saturday Course: We go trough our
garden and forest to be
enlighten by Amos
knowledge.
Individual studies in
tree spices we will plant.
Presentation from each
group.
Board games
in Rose bank
Sunday Common trip to Falls of belaine
Week 4: Digging Deeper – 21th to the 27th of November
Morning Afternoon Evening
Monday Morning Class about:
The war in Syria
Field trip: Wallilabou
propagation station.
We eat lunch at
Walilabou Restaurant
(20 ec p/p)
Field trip to forestry.
We learn about the
work they do to protect
our nature reserves.
Tuesday Common action Course: Bio-char and its
wonders to fight Climate
Change.
Creative
Evening
Wednesday Morning Class about:
Energy independence
Caribbean
Studies:
Why is trees important in
a changing climate – the
adaptation and mitigation
values of tree planting.
Studies are done in the
study-groups. Discussion
in the team.
Field trip to the Taiwan
Agriculture station
about tree propagation
and compost factory.
We leave 12.30.
Documentary:
Bill for
change
Thursday Food production Responsibility groups
Common Meeting
Friday Morning Class about:
Peoples Movements
(FWTP)
Course: Practical course in
how to graft trees
We continue grating
trees.
Start of the
building
weekend. We
organiZe the
tasks among
us.
Saturday Building Weekend
Sunday Building Weekend.
The Climate Change Activist Program and the Fighting Poverty Program have a number of activities to be done during the month.. Here we present the schedule of the activities that will be carried out by both teams throughout the month of November.

Week schedule

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursday FridaySaturdaySunday
7.00Breakfast
7.45Cleaning
8.30-9.30Morning ClassCommon ActionMorning ClassFood productionMorning ClassTeam program9.00 Breakfast
9.30-12.00Team programTeam programTeam programOwn program
12.00Lunch13 Lunch
13.00-16.00Team ProgramTeam programTeam programResp. groups / Common meetingTeam programTeam programOwn program
16.00Own program / sport / beach / hike
18.00Dinner
19.00-21.00Team programDocumentaryTeam meeting, planning next wGame nightCultural Evening
21.00-Own program
Finally, we invite you to join our programs at Richmond Vale Academy. It is time to begin to contribute your bit to save our planet. Invite your friends, family or anyone you want. Now, the important thing is that we all learn not only to take care of our planet, but also to help those who need it most.
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Humanure: Using human waste as fertilizer
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