Investing in People and Learning to Foster a Climate Resilient and Green Transition

UN CC:learn Teacher Portal

Calling All Teachers

The classroom is the new front line for action on climate change. Teachers and students need to better understand the issues in order to become part of the solution. 

Visit the UN CC:Learn dedicated portal for teachers at https://unccelearn.org/educcate/. Then sign up and begin your journey.  

The UN CC:Learn teacher portal offers five courses which will enable you to be able to describe and explain fundamentals such as the causes and effects of climate change; the effects of climate change on human health, how climate change can affect children, how urban areas can be affected by climate change and some important gender dimensions.  

All courses include interactive lessons, tutorials, quiz and videos. UN CC: Learn issues certificates of completion for each course you complete. 

 

On the News

The Guardian, 'New Zeland schools to teach about climate crisis, activism and eco anxiety'

COP25 Press Conference, Calling Teacher to Join the Climate Education Initiative 

The Guardian, 'Inside the mission to create an army of Greta Thunbergs'

Sky News, 'Climate change teacher programme' 

Sky News, 'Climate teacher: A changing climate demands a change in curriculum'

Sky News, 'Climate change lessons taught in schools as UN accredits teachers'

Il Fatto Quotidiano, 'L'ora di clima nela scuola certificata dall'Onu'

BBC 5 Live Interview, 'Climate change teacher recruitment'

Publico, 'Mi profe de cambio climático nos ha dicho…'

North Tne Government, 'World First for North Tyne Metro Mayor'

The Guardian, 'England region plans world-first for climate change teaching'

Die Welt, 'Berlin students fight to get climate change onto lesson plans'

COP24 Press Conference

 

Social Media

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