Climate Generation has selected a delegation of 10 Education Ambassadors through our Window into Paris program, in conjunction with the UNFCCC 21st Conference of the Parties in Paris, France.

These ten teachers represent diverse subject areas, grade levels, and educational settings from each of the following states: New York, North Carolina, Georgia, Minnesota, and Colorado. Education Ambassadors share why they are joining this program:

Beckie Alexander

I am fascinated by the intersection of science and public policy especially as it relates to the critical issue of climate change.

K. Nicole Anderson

I want to foster multi-cultural and global connections around climate change.

Shannon Bartholomew

I am committed to educating and inspiring my students to be active in climate change solutions.

Kathy Bosiak

I am passionate about the state of my home planet and authentic learning for my students.

Phillip Haberman

I strive to provide my students with lessons that are connected to their lives through inquiry based learning opportunities and my participation will allow me to meaningfully integrate this historic event into the learning that I facilitate for the students of Compassion Road Academy.

Peter Johnson

Nothing is more important for our collective future than starting to seriously address climate change and I want to have a part of the solution.

Billy Koenig

We need to do a better job of exposing students to current sustainability and climate issues.

Roy Lander

It is an excellent opportunity to extend the learning opportunities afforded my students both inside and outside of the classroom.

Lauren Lindelof Leith

I would like to be present as the nations of the world to draft a plan to reduce carbon emissions; I believe that it is crucial that global climate change be addressed quickly.

Dr. Kristy Otte

I care about climate change as it affects our communities and our daily lives, the future of animals and plants in our surrounding environments, and the health of our water, air, and soil systems.