What you need to know right now
With Teachers against climate breakdown
Session for secondary schools
This session will outline the key science behind the planetary emergency, introducing you to the fundamental numbers and graphics which help explain the climate and ecological crisis. The session will also explore some of the broad societal questions raised by Climate Breakdown.
Teachers Against Climate Breakdown is a group of teachers passionate about teaching Climate Breakdown right now in classrooms across the world.
Paul Turner is a school teacher who developed the world's first Climate Breakdown scheme of work - a series of 14 lessons which teach the science as well as discussing the broad societal questions raised by the Planetary Emergency.
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