We invite aspiring climate change communicators to submit a video giving a three-minute talk in English related to the theme of ‘Trust in Climate Science’.
Get involved with these activities for The Climate Connection.
How can we save the planet? Listen to a song called Do your best and sing along.
Starts 16 June 2021: Register now for module 1. Explore how you can introduce climate change issues in language teaching classes in ways your learners will find engaging and motivating.
Going Global is the conference for leaders of international education. This year, one of the main themes is how we reimagine tertiary education to protect the planet.
Teachers: try out these home learning activities for pupils aged 11-14. Investigate pollution levels and hotspots in your city/town and create a pollution catcher.
Early career researchers: participate in interdisciplinary online workshops to tackle climate change.
Teachers: this resource focuses on rising sea levels and is filled with activity ideas to help your students explore the subject.
Students from Egypt, Nigeria, Pakistan, Turkey and Vietnam: apply for a scholarship for a one-year postgraduate course at a UK university.
Teachers: this template project will help you teach the UN Global Goal for Sustainable Development that focuses on conserving and using the oceans, seas and marine resources.