Educating young people about the climate emergency

A youth led workshop for teachers and educators exploring what young people want to learn about the climate emergency and how to teach climate science in an engaging way.

oung people, aged 10-21 years, will showcase a range of activities and resources to support teachers and educators to help children and young people learn about climate science and the climate emergency.

This workshop is funded by the National Association for Environmental Education as part of the youth led All Change project. The project has supported young people to become carbon literate to test and develop a range of educational resources to support young people to learn about climate science and the climate emergency.

This workshop will be interactive, led by young people, and involve all participants taking part in hands on activities to explore climate change topics.

Bookings must be made by 4th August.

This event has been funded by National Association for Environmental Education


Date

05 Aug 2022

Time

2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

More Info

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Location

Kelmarsh Hall and Gardens
Helmarsh Hall and Gardens, Kelmarsh, NN6 9LY

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