Date: February 24
Time: 7pm CST
Location: Virtual Webinar


The #TeachClimate Network is for educators of all grade levels, subjects, and educational settings from across the country to connect informally on climate change education! We meet virtually to discuss climate-fiction books, movies, articles, teaching, learning, and current events.

This month we will be discussing the topic of climate justice and have a few resources and literature to get you started.

  1. We invite you to read Ship Breaker by Paolo Bacigalupi.
  2. You can tap into stories from around the world with the interactive ArcGIS StoryMaps. Ex. Climate Migrant StoryMap, Isle de Jean Charles, Endangered Reefs, Threatened People
  3. Climate One interviewed Dr. Robert Bullard, distinguished professor of Urban Planning and Environmental Policy at Texas Southern University. You can hear Dr. Bullard speak about the intersection of social and climate justice on the Climate One Podcast.
  4. Check out the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Resources to find toolkits and resources for engaging your students in environmental justice and human rights issues.

Sign up for the Network and visit the Network page for more information on February’s meeting.

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