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Worldwide Climate and Justice Education Week (April 1-8, 2024)

Dr. Eban Goodstein, Vice President, Environmental and Social Leadership , Director, Graduate Programs in Sustainability Bard College, New York
Bryce Coon, Director of Education Initiatives, Earth Day Organization
Elissa Teles Munoz, Coordinator, Climate and Resilience Education Task Force (CRETF), contractor, National Wildlife Federation
Dan Castigrano, Chief Content Officer, SubjectToClimate
Dr. David Blockstein, Co-Director, Worldwide Climate and Justice Education Week, Bard College
Event by: Bard College
Format
Virtual
Duration
1 hour
Language
English

12:01 PM - 01:00 PM EDT
https://bard.zoom.us/j/87854398784
Public event

New York City,
United States

Worldwide Climate and Justice Education Week (April 1-8, 2024)
Bard College, EarthDay.org, SubjectToClimate, National Wildlife Federation and other partners invite you to learn about Worldwide Climate and Justice Education Week. Climate Ed Week will happen the first week of April 2024. It is a great way to begin Earth Month! Worldwide Climate and Justice Education Week is a coordinated global initiative designed to cultivate interdisciplinary learning and action on matters of climate and justice. This event aims to unite thousands of institutions and tens of thousands of people in a shared commitment to creating a more equitable and sustainable world. Our goal is to help youth move from climate despair to climate repair. Schools, colleges and universities, organizations and communities can MakeClimateAnEvent by organizing an educational event regarding climate change, solutions or justice. From 2020-2024 more than 800 events reached over 100,000 people in more than 70 countries. These locally-created and organized activities have included: Panels and discussion Community Speakers Film Performances - plays, comedy, music Exhibitions and Art Installations- Games Teachers can MakeClimateAClass by spending at least 30 min of class session that week discussing the connection between the subject of their course and climate change, solutions or justice. SubjectToClimate provides lesson plans, curricula, and teacher guides organized by grade level and subject. Teachers can also take the #Teach10Hours4Climate pledge, organized by the National Wildlife Federation. For more information or to participate in Worldwide Climate and Justice Education Week, contact [email protected]