Congress Program

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  Sunday
May 10, 2009
Monday
May 11, 2009
Tuesday
May 12, 2009
Wednesday
May 13, 2009
Thursday
May 14, 2009
  Exhibition Exhibition Exhibition Exhibition  
8:30 Parallel Activities - Educational Visits - Excursions Keynote Speakers Opening Thematic Niches (oral presentations, round tables, workshops)
Symposium
Political Forum
NGO Forum
CinEE
Thematic Niches (oral presentations, round tables, workshops)
Symposium
NGO Forum
CinEE
Parallel Activities - Educational Visits - Excursions

Association Meetings and Networking
10:00 Break Break
10:30 Break Thematic Niches (oral presentations, round tables, workshops)
Symposium
Political Forum
NGO Forum
CinEE
Thematic Niches (oral presentations, round tables, workshops)
Symposium
Political Forum
NGO Forum
CinEE
11:00 Opening of Niche Plenary Sessions
12:00 Lunch Lunch
Association Meetings and Networking
Lunch
Association Meetings and Networking
Keynote Speakers
13:30 Thematic Niches (oral presentations, workshops)
Symposium
CinEE
Thematic Niches (oral presentations, round tables, workshops)
Symposium
Political Forum
NGO Forum
CinEE
Wrap-up Plenaries:
Thematic Niches
NGO Forum
15:00 Break Break Break
15:30 Opening Session and Keynote Speaker Opening Session of NGO Forum Thematic Niches (oral presentations, round tables, workshops)
Symposium
CinEE
Thematic Niches (oral presentations, round tables, workshops)
Symposium
Political Forum
NGO Forum
CinEE
Closing session and congress wrap-up
17:00 Poster Session Symposium Poster Session Closing Event and Reception
17:30    
18:00 Welcome Reception
19:00 Association Meetings and Networking    
19:30   Eco-Show  
20:00 Festival of Environmental Storytelling Festival of Environmental Storytelling Festival of Environmental Storytelling
20:30   Festival of Environmental Storytelling
21:30

Legend

Time | Session Number | Session Language | Thematic Niche
Subtheme
Moderator

Title
Presenter(s)/Organizer(s), Collaborator(s)

Monday, May 11, 2009

8:30 - 10:30 | Keynote Speakers Opening

11:00 - 12:00 | Opening of Niche Plenary Sessions

11:00 | Thematic Niches Opening Plenaries

Flèche Haut OP01 | Spanish | Relationships between ecology and economy: The issue of sustainability

De las teorias de desarrollo a la sustentabilidad ambiental del desarrollo
Edgar González Gaudiano, Institute of Social Research, Mexico

Flèche Haut OP02 | French | Questions of fairness in socio-ecological issues

Opening: Questions of fairness in socio-ecological issue
François Décary Gilardeau, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada; Gerardo Aiquel, L'Entraide missionnaire, Canada; Isabel Orellana, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada

Flèche Haut OP03 | French | Environmental health

Opening - Environmental health
Ana Pinto de Moura, Department of Exact and Technological Sciences, Universidade Aberta, Portugal; Lise Parent, Téluq de l'UQAM, Canada; Mario Salomone, Università di Bergamo, Italy; Ulisses Azeiteiro, Department of Exact and Technological Sciences, Universidade Aberta, Portugal

Flèche Haut OP04 | French | Urban challenges

Local environmental planning in real-time
Brown David F., McGill University, Canada; Chantal Gagnon, Ville de Montréal, Canada

Flèche Haut OP05 | French | Ecologizing colleges and universities

Opening - Ecologizing
Maryève Charland-Lallier, Coalition jeunesse Sierra, Canada; Aoua B. Ly-Tall, Chercheure en résidence à l’Institut des Études Africaines de l’Université Mohamed V – Souissi, Morocco

Comment l'ERE peut-elle enrichir le sens de nos vies?
Aoua B. Ly-Tall, Chercheure en résidence à l’Institut des Études Africaines de l’Université Mohamed V – Souissi, Morocco

Flèche Haut OP05 | English | Ecologizing colleges and universities

Environmental and sustainability education: Catalyzing social innovations
Debra Rowe, World Federation of Colleges and Polytechnics, United States of America

Flèche Haut OP05 | French | Ecologizing colleges and universities

Comment l'ERE peut-elle influencer les politiques publiques?
María Novo, Cátedra UNESCO de Educación Ambiental y Desarrollo Sostenible. Univ. Nacional de Educ. a Distancia, Spain

Flèche Haut OP06 | French | School and community

L'école ouverte sur sa communauté
Diane De Courcy, Commission scolaire de Montréal, Canada

L'éducation au développement durable dans un contexte où les politiques de développement imposées par les bailleurs de fonds réduisent les moyens
Mahamadoul Hady Gueye, Comité des Educatrices et éducateurs pour l'ERE/EDD, Senegal

Flèche Haut OP06 | English | School and community

Reorienting education towards a sustainable future: Examples from RCEs
Yoko Mochizuki, UNU-IAS, Japan

Environmental education in pre-service teacher education
Christine Moseley, University of Texas at San Antonio, United States of America; Blanche Desjean-Perrotta, University of Texas as San Antonio, United States of America

Redfish school of change
Gordon Harrison, GreenLearning Canada - The Pembina Institute, Canada

Flèche Haut OP07 | English | Learning in society

Resilience and environmental education in cities
Keith Tidball, Cornell University, United States of America; Marianne Krasny, Cornell University, United States of America

Urban environmental education: An avenue towards community-based conservation
Alex Kudryavtsev, Cornell University, United States of America; Adam Liebowitz, A.C.T.I.O.N. at the Point Community Development Corporation, United States of America; Anne-Marie Runfola, Bronx River Alliance, United States of America; Annette Williams, Sustainable South Bronx, United States of America; Anthony Archino, Rocking the Boat, United States of America; Damian Griffin, Bronx River Alliance, United States of America; Jennifer Plewka, The Phipps Community Development Corporation, United States of America; Keith Tidball, Cornell University, United States of America; Stephen Oliveira, Youth Ministries for Peace and Justice, United States of America

Promoting resilience through environmental learning and participatory research: Comparing cases of environmental research partnerships across the U.S
Heidi Ballard, School of Education, University of California, Davis, United States of America

EE programs using traditional village groves in Korea: Implications for sustainable communities
Eunju Lee, Cornell University, United States of America; Keith Tidball, Cornell University, United States of America

Towards an ecology of environmental education: EE in social ecological system feedbacks
Keith Tidball, Cornell University, United States of America; Marianne Krasny, Cornell University, United States of America

Flèche Haut OP08 | French | Heritage interpretation

Opening
Rachel Léger, Biodôme de Montréal, Canada; Suzana M. Padua, IPÊ - Instituto de Pesquisas Ecológicas, Brazil

Flèche Haut OP09 | English | Indigenous knowledge and practices

Opening
Dan Roronhiakewen Longboat, Trent University, Canada

Flèche Haut OP10 | English | Ethics, environmental thought, and worldviews

Attentive receptivity: Experiencing ontological research
Chris Beeman, Queen's University, Canada; Sean Blenkinsop, Simon Fraser University, Canada

Flèche Haut OP11 | English | Art: Imagination, creativity, and meaning

Pioneering the Cultural Response to Climate Change
David Buckland, , United Kingdom

Flèche Haut OP12 | English | Ecological identity

Ecological identity in the 21st century
Mitch Thomashow, Unity College, United States of America

12:00 - 13:30 | Lunch / Keynote Speakers

13:30 - 15:00 | Thematic Niches / Symposium / CinEE

15:30 - 17:30 | Opening Session of NGO Forum

15:30 - 17:00 | Thematic Niches / Symposium / CinEE

17:00 - 19:00 | Poster Session

19:00 - 19:30 | Association Meetings and Networking

20:00 - 22:00 | Festival of Environmental Storytelling