Have you ever wanted to respond to climate change but don’t know where or how to start?

We are in ‘a battle for our lives’, as we struggle to transform our societies to reach the 1.5-degree path of the Paris Agreement.

Tune into the UNESCO-UNFCCC’s Webinar Series, on the road to COP27, which is dedicated to the goal of greening every education policy and curriculum to be climate ready. Taking place on the last Tuesday of every month, each of the 8 episodes (1 hour long webinars with invited experts) will explore the critical role of climate change education, and how to harness its transformative power. The episodes will lead up to COP27 which will be held in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt on 7-18 November 2022.

Webinar dates: Last Tuesday of every month from April to November 2022 (26 April – 31 May – 28 June – 26 July – 30 August – 27 September – 25 October – 29 November).

Session 1: Why Climate Change Education for Social Transformation? (April), The discussion explored a review on where the gaps in education policies and curriculum are, and where do we want to go in view of the needed social transformation towards decarbonisation and sustainability as well as the renewed understanding of climate change education today. Watch the YouTube video in ENGLISH, and FRENCH language. 

Session 2: How climate change knowledge can become action? (May). The webinar reviewed the core skills, values and actions as well as knowledge that are required for transformative climate change education that will bring about social change. Watch the YouTube video in ENGLISH, and FRENCH language.

Session 3: Education for post-carbon green economies

Session 4: Now or never: Adapting teaching and learning in a changed climate

Session 5: Our future starts with you: How to become a climate change champion

Session 6: The ancient futures: Un-learning and re-learning our way towards a post-carbon future

Session 7: Getting ready to scale up climate change education at COP27

Session 8: Post-COP27 climate change education: Where do we go from here?


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