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  1. Climate action and literacy 3 June 2021

    “Argentina: Teachers lead national strategy for Comprehensive Environmental Education.”

    Graciela Mandolini

    We live in a historical time in which all kinds of emergencies are constantly being played out: environmental, climate, energy, health, economic ... All of these converge in what many authors define as thecrisis of civilization. The environmental agenda has been setting the pace and environmental conflicts have burst into...

    “Argentina: Teachers lead national strategy for Comprehensive Environmental Education.”
  2. Climate action and literacy 21 May 2021

    Global collaboration between educators and youth movements to boost transformative education for a sustainable future

    At the Worldwide Student Summit on Climate Action and Biodiversity, Education International joined hands with students and youth to call for education for sustainable development to become a worldwide priority in education at all levels.

    Global collaboration between educators and youth movements to boost transformative education for a sustainable future
  3. Climate action and literacy 20 May 2021

    Role of teachers in education for sustainable development highlighted by educators and partners

    The importance of providing quality education for sustainable development (ESD) was highlighted at the recent UNESCO World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development. This vital topic – and ensuring that teachers receive initial and continuous training on that topic – was raised by Education International’s member organisations and partners during...

    Role of teachers in education for sustainable development highlighted by educators and partners
  4. Climate action and literacy 17 May 2021

    Governments must work in collaboration with teachers for education for sustainable development

    Education International’s president Susan Hopgood brought the Teach for the Planet campaign to UNESCO’s World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) and emphasised the importance of collaborating with the teaching profession to successfully implement ESD.

    Governments must work in collaboration with teachers for education for sustainable development
  5. Climate action and literacy 29 April 2021

    Iraq: Trade unionists ready to confront climate change

    Members of the Kurdistan Teachers’ Union (KTU) have committed to inserting environmental protection and climate change in curricula at all school levels. This development arises out of a seminar on climate change attended by the KTU.

    Iraq: Trade unionists ready to confront climate change
  6. Climate action and literacy 27 April 2021

    Climate literacy, helping students make informed choices for the future

    The world’s educators remain committed to climate education and to supporting policies and students in creating ambitious plans for the future on this critical issue.

    Climate literacy, helping students make informed choices for the future
  7. Climate action and literacy 26 April 2021

    Education International’s Manifesto: Education, a tool to fight the threat of the climate crisis

    The Education International’s Executive Board has adopted the Manifesto on Quality Climate Change Education for All. This instrument outlines the teaching profession’s vision for quality climate change education and the policy framework necessary to implement it.

    Education International’s Manifesto: Education, a tool to fight the threat of the climate crisis
  8. Climate action and literacy 23 April 2021

    “Millions of Teachers Urge World Leaders to Prioritize Climate Education”, by David Edwards and Kathleen Rogers.

    David Edwards, Kathleen Rogers

    Governments across the globe are overlooking two of the most powerful tools in the fight against climate change and the building of just, sustainable, societies—teachers and students. If humanity is to avoid the worst consequences of global warming and fast forward the green, clean and sustainable economies of tomorrow today,...

    “Millions of Teachers Urge World Leaders to Prioritize Climate Education”, by David Edwards and Kathleen Rogers.
  9. Climate action and literacy 22 April 2021

    Invest in climate education to build a better workforce for a greener future

    Education International welcomes the Earth Day statement by the Director-General of the International Labour Organisation stressing that climate education and awareness raising are key to making a just transition to green economies that guarantee a “sustainable future for current and new generations”

    Invest in climate education to build a better workforce for a greener future
  10. Climate action and literacy 21 April 2021

    “Students and teachers join forces for the planet”, by Sebastian Berger.

    Sebastian Berger

    As the COVID-19 pandemic spread across the world and claimed millions of lives, it also entrenched deep structural inequalities both at an international and community level. In a single moment, it distilled the shortcomings of our leaders and laid bare, with tragic consequences, the injustices of our societies.

    “Students and teachers join forces for the planet”, by Sebastian Berger.
  11. Climate action and literacy 15 April 2021

    "What obstacles for Education for sustainable development among teaching staff?", by Dominique Bernier.

    Dominique Bernier

    Education International launched a survey on March 1 to measure teachers' perceptions of their individual capacity to teach the four thematic areas of education for sustainable development and global citizenship education (EDD / ECM). This survey also aims to assess the extent to which they are supported in their training...

    "What obstacles for Education for sustainable development among teaching staff?", by Dominique Bernier.
  12. Climate action and literacy 7 April 2021

    Quality Climate Change Education for All: Education International Launches Global Campaign

    Representing 32.5 million educators worldwide, Education International is leading in the movement for climate education. On 21 April 2021, Education International will launch a multilevel campaign to ensure that climate education, based on science with a civic action focus, becomes as fundamental as teaching reading and writing.

    Quality Climate Change Education for All: Education International Launches Global Campaign