Your Window Into Paris Webcast Series

WebcastphotoWe offered a variety of webcasts during our Window Into Paris program including partner and staff webcasts, as well as a classroom webcasts by each each education ambassador. Each webcast contains unique insight into COP21 and could be valuable teaching tools for educators integrating climate change, or climate policy into their educational setting.

Monday, Nov. 30, 2015 6:15 AM CDT
Live From the U.S. Center at COP21

Youth from around the world are taking action against #climatechange through unique and diverse programs and student-driven initiatives. This webcasts features a panel of youth, climate scientists and decision makers discussing these youth initiatives and how these students are becoming leaders in the fight against #climatechange #COP21 #Youth4Climate


Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015 12:00 PM CDT
Frank Niepold, NOAA Climate Program Office

#COP21 Youth Engagement on #climatechange In November and December 2015, youth leaders focused on climate change from all over the world gathered for the UN climate talks in Paris. Learn more about how they are taking the lead in advancing climate solutions. This CLEAN Network presentation was hosted by the Federation of Earth Science Information Partners and the Foundation for Earth Science.


Thursday, Dec. 3, 2015 5:00PM CDT
Youth Experience at COP21

Why were youth at COP 21? What did their presence and pressure at COP 21 mean? Minnesota youth gathered and hosted a live conversation with youth at COP 21 in Paris.


Join Phillip in Paris, and his high school Earth Science students at Compassion Road Academy in Denver, Colorado.


Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2015 11:30 AM CDT
Education Ambassador, Roy Lander

Join Roy in Paris, and his middle school science students at the Galloway School in Atlanta, Georgia.


Window into Paris: COP21
Climate Generation brought a delegation of 10 Education Ambassadors to Paris, in conjunction with the UNFCCC 21st Conference of the Parties in Paris, France December 6-December 11, 2015. These ten teachers represented diverse subject areas, grade levels, and educational settings from each of the following states: New York, North Carolina, Georgia, Minnesota, and Colorado. Individuals and classrooms from around the world joined in virtually via daily webinars and blogs during COP21.

This CLEAN Network presentation was hosted by the Federation of Earth Science Information Partners and the Foundation for Earth Science.


Join Shannon in Paris, and her high school biology, Spanish and social studies students at Saranac High School, in Saranac, NY.


Join Kristy in Paris, and her 3rd/ 4th grade iNature classes and 8th grade Science class from ISD 197 in West St. Paul, MN.


Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2015 12:30 CDT
Education Ambassador, Kathy Bosiak

Join Kathy in Paris, and her high school Earth Science students.


Join Billy in Paris, and his high school Biology and Environmental Ethics students from Shakopee High School in Shakopee, MN.


Join Nicole Anderson in Paris, and her 7th grade Exploratory French and 8th grade current events students from Ramsey Middle School in St. Paul, MN.


Thursday, Dec. 10, 2015 10:55AM CDT
Education Ambassador, Beckie Alexander

Join Beckie Alexander from inside the blue zone of COP21, and her 8th grade science students from Breck Middle School in Golden Valley, MN.


Thursday, Dec. 10, 2015 12:45 CDT
Education Ambassador, Peter Johnson

Join Peter Johnson from inside the blue zone of COP21, and his 8th grade earth science students from Pine Island, MN.


Join Lauren Lindelof-Leith in Paris, and her Chemistry class and Environmental group from Avalon High School in St. Paul, MN.


Wednesday, Dec. 16, 6-7:30 CDT
Climate Generation and Partners

Climate Generation and partners convened a panel discussion with students, business leaders, educators and policymakers, to discuss and reflect on what happened at COP21 and what we can do next in Minnesota. More information here.

COP21 Webcast Archive

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