Teach Climate Network Workshop: Students discovering Climate Solutions
Thursday, February 17th, 6:00pm CT
With Earth Month on the horizon, how can you help students discover their own climate solutions super powers? Join Matt Scott, storytelling lead at Project Drawdown and former NASA global community lead and storyteller, to discover ways you can engage your students in identifying their ways to serve as problem-solvers in the face of climate change. Learn about Project Drawdown and some of the latest tools you can use to spread awareness, shift attitudes, and spark action, particularly with underrepresented communities and climate justice in mind.
Virtual Youth Climate Justice Summit
February 25-26, 2022
Learn more and register here.
Looking for new and engaging ways for your students to participate in community action, learn about government, and advocate for what they believe in? Join Climate Generation’s Youth Environmental Activists program for the virtual Youth Climate Justice Summit.
Teach Climate Network Workshop: Green Careers as Solutions to Climate Change
Wednesday, March 23rd, 12:00pm CT
Looking for ways to get your students and communities excited about climate change solutions? Join Marie Fargo, Climate Generation's Instructional Resources Coordinator as she shares resources and tips to engage students in seeing green careers as effective solutions to climate change impacts.