Join Tania Marien Founder of Talaterra Who Is (Almost) Single-handedly Changing Environmental Education Futures. Part 2.
by Diane Wyzga | September 16, 2021 | Guest Podcast, Podcast | 0 comments
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Welcome back to Part 2 of the podcast interview with my guest, Tania Marien, the founder of Talaterra, the host of the Talaterra podcast, and director of EE Forward, who joined us from Riverside, California. I asked Tania about an upcoming global event taking place virtually and in-person in Palm Springs, California: the National Association for Interpretation Conference from November 30th to December 4th, 2021. The theme “The Shifting Sands of Interpretation,” addresses the many changes happening in the profession, the world at large, how interpreters are navigating the shifting sands, and what the future holds on the other side. Let’s hear what Tania has to say about this important international environmental conference, her topic and why it is the opportunity of a lifetime for you to attend virtually or in person, plus much more on all things changing environmental education futures.
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