GOMI Journal: 

Learning to Steward the Gulf

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August 7, 2017

This has been an exciting year for the Climate Café – A dozen GOMI students facilitated eleven Cafés in six communities (including Wolfville, Nova Scotia), and engaged more than 400 people in meaningful conversations about extreme weather, sea level rise, tidal power,...

October 22, 2016

Debate or Dialogue?

The practice of dialogue is as old as humankind itself.  For thousands of years, indigenous people have gathered in a council circle to "think together" about the challenges facing their community. But thinking together seems to have been all but los...

March 24, 2016

Why is dialogue important for our future leaders?

In the blink of an eye, today’s youth will become world citizens and world leaders.  They will face " the first time, never seen before” challenges, like working with people across the globe to create break-through techn...

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