#MakeClimateaClass: Resources for Online Education on Climate Solutions and Justice
Solve Climate by 2030 is mobilizing US educators of any discipline to engage their students in dialog about ambitious stabilizing the climate over the next decade. This project offers a template for discussion for groups from any state, to develop strategies to support the state-level policy ideas.
In April, the Solve Climate by 2030 project organized university-hosted climate solutions webinars featuring local experts in almost every state and 5 international locations. Educators can now assign these as homework, and then use the teachers’ guides for one-hour follow-on discussion in 25 subjects ranging from art, history, political science, engineering, natural sciences, art, music, economics and more. Climate change touches all subjects – use these resources to engage students in a critical conversation about climate solutions in your state.
Join this webinar to learn about easy ways to #MakeClimateaClass in this new world of distance education!
This webinar is organized in collaboration with the Higher Education Associations Sustainability Consortium (HEASC) and the Disciplinary Associations Network for Sustainability (DANS).