Subjects: Nature and environmental control
Longdean School first in Hertfordshire to achieve the eduCCate Global Bronze Award for climate literacy
Martin Macdonald, Lead Practitioner, Geography at Longdean School is the first teacher in Hertfordshire to become an eduCCate Global Climate Sustainability and Climate Literacy Lead Teacher. He and the Sustainability and Climate Literacy Leadership Team, 5 staff members from across the school community, are leading climate change education at Longdean, but they are not alone.
Headteachers & Henry Mintzberg working together on Rebalancing Society to address climate crisis
eduCCate Global is pleased to be partnering with Coaching Ourselves to give headteachers a gift, “Bedtime stories for headteachers” with Henry Mintzberg.
£3 Trillion: Teaching Teachers about Climate Change
eduCCate Global will sponsor every state-funded school in the world to take eduCCate Global’s “Introduction to Climate Change” course for teachers, an equivalent total value of £3 Trillion.
World First! Certified Carbon Literacy Teachers Announced.
The Certified Carbon Literacy Teacher Training opportunity was the next step in our process and has enabled us to ensure Sustainability is at the core of our School curriculum. It is an honour to be part of the celebration and to have engaged with like minded individuals to complete the course, as together we can work to find solutions and have a positive impact on the future now!
Water Water Everywhere But Not A Drop That's Safe For Us All To Drink
Where the World Bank accumulates wealth, as a ticker tape digits, whilst the Bank of Nature haemorrhages wealth, as a heart-breaking ache of despair.
Sargassum: The Climate Activist Under The Algae
For the global climate strike organized by Fridays for Future, Marine Biologist Franziska Elmer, PhD decided to write her climate justice parole in large letters on the beach of Playa del Carmen. She used the Sargassum algae that is present in large amounts on the beach to form the letters.
Hundreds of Frightened and Furious Scientists Call For Global Academic Rebellion: March 25-28th
Politics, economics and society needs to change dramatically, or billions face the prospect of drought, starvation, inundation and social collapse. Governments as the primary decision-makers in society, accountable to the people need to drive this change.
The Times Stirring Up Battlelines Between Teachers On Climate Change?!
Is the Murdoch Times newspaper now stirring up a battle front over Climate Change, pitting Headteachers against Headteachers and teachers against teachers, on how a balanced education curriculum is delivered in classrooms? Seems so!