Climate change resources aim to spark pupil debate and action

Two new resources have been published to help support climate change education and action in schools…

UN Climate Change Conference

A suite of learning materials has been published to help students explore the themes of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), which is taking place in Glasgow from November 1 to 12.

The resources have been created by the Fairtrade Foundation alongside a coalition of organisations including the WWF, the Climate Coalition, Global Action Plan, Ashden, and Young Climate Warriors.

The resource gives young people the opportunity to explore the climate crisis through a range of perspectives – from coffee farmers in Kenya to architects in Leeds – highlighting the interconnected nature of the challenges facing us.

The resources will help schools to introduce climate change and COP26 to students and discuss the role of schools in shaping the future. Resources are available for students aged from seven to 16 and include a COP26 Presentation as well as:

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