Join us for a three-day conference on climate change education built by educators and climate change professionals from across North America! Gain the skills, tools, and resources to teach climate change in all subject areas. This energizing experience will connect you to an engaged and authentic community seeking to build collective strength to inspire hope and action in our communities.
During the first two virtual days, hosted by Climate Generation in partnership with NOAA's Climate Program, educators can select from concurrent workshops led by climate leaders on an array of topics. During the third day, participants will attend an in-person cohort workshop with other educators from across the Northeast region, facilitated and hosted by Mass Audubon and Hitchcock Center for the Environment. Educators will explore local impacts, actionable solutions, connections to local experts, and planning and networking. They will also have an opportunity to explore The Kern Center, a living building on the Hampshire College campus.
To register, visit: https://climategen.org/summer-institute/summer-institute-for-climate-change-education-registration/