Climate change education
If you are interested in learning more about climate change then read on …
In our December newsletter Emma Powell, Castle Point’s very own UN Accredited Climate Change Teacher, told us about the exciting work she is doing in schools in our area to empower teachers and prepare children for the climate change emergency through education.
Emma has completed the course especially aimed at teachers but there is wide range of on-line study material produced by the UN which some of us are already finding very interesting.
First there is an introductory course on climate change and then different topics are covered – Sustainable Diet, Gender & the environment, Sustainable Finance, Green Economy, Children and Climate Change and lots more. See -
Now that we are into the New Year we’re thinking that we’d like to start a study group for anyone interested in getting together to discuss the issues.
If you’d be interested in joining our community study group please get in touch with through our contact us page
9/1/2020 08:39:16 am
I'm especially interested in joining with people to discuss the massive number of books currently being published about cc. Although I'm not averse to reading informative books about the mess we're in and how we've got here my preference is for books which look at what is positive - what people are doing to bring about change. We might pick up some ideas!
9/1/2020 09:26:57 am
Losing earth (the decade that could have stopped climate change) by Nathanial Rich, is also work a read.
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