Welcome to the class that helps improve your life & the world !
Introduction to Conflict Resolution
Poli Sci/Psych/Comm 6 homepage for Leah Halper's students
updated 24 May 2016
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Extra Credit Opportunities
GREEN FESTIVAL. Don't miss this amazing event, part education, part green shopping, part spectacle. It can change your life! April and November in SF. See http://www.greenfestivals.org/sf/updates/
FOOTPRINT. In the spirit of Gandhi, figure out how heavy an ecological footprint you leave, and report the results to me with information on whether or what this inspires you to change: http://www.nature.org/greenliving/carboncalculator/index.htm
VOLUNTARY SIMPLICITY. Consider the link by Duane Elgin, founder of the Voluntary Simplicity movement, very much in Gandhi's footsteps. Write: which of the ten simplicities would you be willing to and able to try? Which would be hard for you, and why? http://www.simpleliving.net/webofsimplicity/the_garden_of_simplicity.asp
LOVE & CHOCOLATE. Do something to stop slave child labor in the cocoa harvest of Africa, upon which most of the chocolate industry in the world is based. Go tohttp://www.globalexchange.org/campaigns/fairtrade/cocoa/ and take some of the suggested actions; document what you do to turn it in for extra credit