Thank you for participating
Thank you to everyone who has participated in the Worldwide Teach-In on Climate and Justice. We hope that you are inspired to take action for climate restoration and to advance climate justice. Here are some ways to be involved.
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- Join an organization working for Climate Justice. (see examples for Everyone below)
- Ask your teacher to #MakeClimateAClass (see examples for teachers below)
- Urge your college or school system to make climate justice a required part of the curriculum
- Ask your university administration to join the University Climate Change Coalition
- Ask your university president or chancellor to make a formal commitment to carbon neutrality by signing onto at least one of the Presidents’ Climate Leadership Commitments, and join the Climate Leadership Network.
- Ask your university or school system to divest from fossil fuels
- Encourage your local school system and local government to electrify its bus fleet, power all schools by solar, wind or geothermal energy and institute an energy efficiency and conservation plan.
- Find out how to make sustainability and climate justice part of your career plans
- Apply to participate in The C2C Fellows Network, offered through the Graduate Programs in Sustainability at Bard College in New York - an international program for undergraduates and recent graduates aspiring to leadership work in sustainable politics, NGO’s and business. C2C’s intensive, interactive skills-based virtual workshops teach skills they don't teach at university, skills to change the future. There is no cost to attend.
- Consider continuing your education at our Graduate Programs in Sustainability at Bard College in New York, USA,
- #MakeClimateAClass by integrating education about climate change, climate solutions and justice into your courses.
- #MakeClimateAClass using our One-Page Guides to #MakeClimateAClass in disciplines from Art to Zoology in English / Spanish /French
- K-12 teachers can explore SubjectToClimate - a nonprofit, online connector for K-12 educators of all subjects to find credible, engaging, and unbiased materials on climate change at no cost.
- The North American Alliance for Environmental Education (NAAEE) has many resources for environmental educators at all levels
- Commit to holding a World Wide Teach-In on Climate and Justice in March or April 2023
- Consider a low-carbon way to enhance arts education on your campus through ViVA Virtual Visiting Artists (vivavirtualartists.org)
- Encourage your institution to implement sustainable actions on your campus
- Learn about the Sustainable Development Goals and how to teach about them
- The SDG Academy creates and curates free massive open online courses and educational materials on sustainable development and the Sustainable Development
- open source SDG Tool-Kit for educators from University College Cork
- Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4) | Education within the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (sdg4education2030.org)
- Target 4.7 | Sustainable development and global citizenship – Unesco
- Check out our resources page for more ideas
- Earth Day Education Resources Library
"A new textbook entitled “Climate Change and a Sustainable Earth” was published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing on March 2022. Using a multidisciplinary approach, the book combines the principles of changing climate with specialized fields of the Water-Energy-Food-Health (WEFH) Nexus to examine how the Earth operates as an integrated system. It can be used at introduction-level courses in high school, undergraduate, and graduate programs, or as a scientific reference book. More detailed information can be founded from following website".
- Be creative!!
- Talk with everyone about the climate emergency and the need to take action NOW
- Learn about Climate Justice and how you can help to advance Climate Justice
- Watch 200 Global Climate Dialogs from the Solve Climate By 2030 project. Webinars on climate solutions from all over the world in multiple languages.
- Follow the social media channels of the Worldwide Teach-In on Climate and Justice
- Join an organization working for Climate Justice
- Project Drawdown: Explore resources for students, professionals, and communities from a leading resource on climate solutions.
- Develop a personal Action Plan to move yourself and your household to carbon neutrality.
- Your home energy sources, efficiency and conservation
- Your personal transportation and travel
- Your consumption and waste including your diet
- Your property
- Make every day Earth Day
- Encourage your community, your employer, your faith institution and any other organization you participate in to develop and implement a Climate Action Plan for carbon neutrality
- Work towards ecological approaches for carbon sequestration and reduction of greenhouse gases
- Encourage public officials, and political candidates to make specific commitments to climate justice
- Get involved in political campaigns
- Register for volunteer opportunities and other activities either planning or attending during April on the Earth Month Map to help the public find your events and connect your efforts to the global movement.
- Become an Earth Day partner to gain access to resources, support, and opportunities to deepen your impact in both your community and worldwide.