A person’s vulnerability to the impacts of climate change depends on a number of factors, including their location, age, and gender. This activity created by Climate Science, will allow your students to take a walk in another's shoes to visualise the inequality of climate change.
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This is a simple 1 hour activity is a good way to get students thinking about how people are affected differently by climate change. The topics covered are complex, so this is a good starter lesson for a larger topic on climate justice.
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Take urgent action to combat climate change by regulating emissions and promoting developments in renewable energy.
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