Climate change education (or lack thereof) has been in the news recently, with headlines ranging from: “U.S. teachers are avoiding climate change topic in classrooms,” to “How teachers are getting it wrong on climate change,” to “Climate Science Education in the US is Pretty Crappy, Survey Finds.” Now, I will admit, the findings of the […]
The Minnesota Environmental Quality Board convened all Minnesota COP21 attendees in a conversation at the Science Museum on January 12, 2016. We discussed what we learned and what the Paris Agreement means for all of us as far as next steps. (A short radio piece summarized the event which you can access here.) The event […]
It was quite an honor to be invited to a White House convening of top leaders from across the “federal family,” the nonprofit sector, universities, professional associations, media, and philanthropy to discuss ways we can collectively advance climate change education. Read more…
I’m midway through day 2 of AGU- new ideas and information swirling around. I have been thinking a lot about our ENTRF Minnesota Stories in a Changing Climate project as I learn about other successful public focused education campaigns around the country.
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