The EcoActUs eWorkbook contains a wide variety of materials. Some will be interested in all the material, but most want a guided set of materials. Use the Guide pertaining to your interest area in order to narrow the content. Of course, if you find another area of interest, follow that interest trail. Your goal should be to explore and inform yourself in those areas that make the most sense.
Follow the general guide below for those interested in agriculture including topics in food and ecosystems.
1 Participants / Students Guide
Open www.ecoActUs.org and scroll down to the Participants / Students Guide. Read the 6 Steps. If you can, watch the videos in the right column. If you are going to create an Action Plan, review the materials in the left column.
2 Enter the eWorkbook
Whenever you return to ecoActUs, click on this link to restart the eWorkbook.
3 Introduction to the Situation
Session 1. Basics of Climate Change. Explore the Music, Art, Film in the upper right corner. Explore Readings and Media at the bottom. When ready, start the session lecture by clicking on “Start Unit Lecture”.
4 Strategies that Work…
Review the Overview and Big Opportunities
5 Food & Ecosystems
For a quick summary, you may want to review the Food & Ecosystems Track. Additional Tracks, of likely interest, are under development including Oceans and. Take a look at the titles and feel free to dig in if you're interested.
6 Challenging the Status Quo
Depending on your local circumstances you may want to review this session to help create a plan for moving your organization forward. The Big Opportunities highlight areas that are common blockades in many organizations. If any of these ring true, you may want to listen to this lecture.
7 Road to Change
Like the last session, at least look over the Overview and Big Opportunities. Depending on local circumstances, listen to the lecture.
8 Building Support
If you’re working with more than 2 people, you may need to build support for a specific plan. Check out the Overview and Big Opportunities and if it seems to make sense, listen to the lecture.
Date created: 7/14/2022
Last edited: 10/7/2022