“A Race Against Time” Featuring David Letterman and Cecily Strong
The energy market has an estimated global value of $6 trillion – a number that could be greatly affected by an increase in renewable sources, especially solar. David Letterman and Cecily Strong explore the impact of solar energy in two vastly different parts of the world.
Get outdoors and win great prizes! For four weeks, log your outdoor activities on the Outdoor Nation app and you’re eligible to win prizes at both the school and national level. Prizes provided by REI, The North Face, Hydro Flask and many others.
Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge The 4-week long, national competition that encourages everyone to get outdoors! Hiking,
biking, walking, bird watching – so many activities to earn points and
great prizes! Look for weekly campus activities like the Campfire
Cookout and Tents & Telescopes. Details are coming soon.
Tents & Telescopes – date TBD • Community Garden In partnership with the MVC Astrophysics Club, enjoy this star-gazing event for Outdoor Nation points! We’ll be roasting hot dogs and marshmallows, too!
Learn how you impact the Global Goals every day & let everyone know which goal is most important to you. Our world is more innovative, connected and fast-growing than ever before. We can only solve global challenges like poverty, inequality and climate change by working together – the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provide the framework for that to happen.
“The Uprooted” Featuring Tom Friedman and Don Cheadle
New York Times columnist Tom Friedman investigates the increasing population of climate refugees and actor Don Cheadle is on the ground in California, where the worst drought in 1,200 years is having devastating effects.
“Fueling the Fire” Featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Gisele Bündchen
Years of Living Dangerously executive producer Arnold Schwarzenegger sets out to explore the military’s relationship with a changing climate and supermodel and activist Gisele Bündchen travels to her home country of Brazil to explore the devastating decline of the country’s forests, much of which is caused by cattle ranching.