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A hands-on guide for educators

Climate change: A hands-on guide for educators

Climate change is high on the agenda of EI’s 8th World Congress – now educators have the chance to gear up the fight against the climate crisis from their classroom thanks to a new informative guide.

Climate change is shaking up the political agenda. It is also a top priority for educators attending the 8th World Congress of Education International (EI) in Bangkok, Thailand, who from today have access to a new guide to help them navigate this issue in the classroom and beyond. The publication, which can be found here, offers factual information on the climate crisis and suggest possibilities of action, notably in advocacy on the international and national level. It is a practical tool that will help any educator level up their knowledge on this urgent subject.

Here you can access the download links for English, Spanish and French

 

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