CEED’s Green Zones workshop builds community knowledge in the Twin Cities about the layers of pollution in their neighborhoods, and assist with linking to successful models and campaign strategies in California.
Popular Education Curriculum
CEED is committed to the principle that all families and communities have the right to participate in the critical questions impacting their communities around energy, climate and environmental policies and planning.
CEED’s curriculum is organized by series. Our existing curriculum includes the Pollution Series, Energy Series, and Climate Series. Each contains various educational materials related to the series’ theme; materials may include facilitation guides, outlining an entire lesson plan for a workshop, or supplemental educational resources, such as an infographic, a zine, or even a cookbook. CEED’s curriculum positions communities to share stories and experiences that address injustice and advance advocacy and liberation.
Access specific tools or workshop information below. If you are a community of color, indigenous community, or low-income community, network or alliance wanting more information about CEED’s popular education materials or to schedule a workshop, please contact Natalya Arevalo at firstname.lastname@example.org
CEED’s Popular Education Curriculum Principles
CEED’s Coloring Book is part of our Climate Series, and aims to convey climate resilience through imagery inspired by real-life practices by local communities.
Stay tuned for additional new series come 2023:
- Nature Series
- Environmental Intersectionality Series
CEED encourages the free use of our educational resources and popular education curriculum for community learning and movement building. Please enjoy and share the tools published here. We ask you to acknowledge CEED for the creation of these materials in any reproduction of our images, documents, or activities. Commercial use is not permitted. Please contact CEED with any questions or comments about the use of these materials.