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Open Keynote Plenary : Session 1

Can our education system better prepare all young people for the challenges of a changing climate? What changes in our approach to climate education are needed for young people to acquire skills and knowledge vital for the 21st century?

Open Keynote Plenary: Session 2

We are facing a climate crisis. Greater understanding of our changing climate is vital for all young people to be prepared for the challenges ahead and equipped to look after our planet. How do we ensure all aspects of education fully prepare young people to thrive in a changing world?


Closed Roundtable Discussions

The event programme also included two closed roundtable discussions, where invited guests held meaningful conversations to address the following:

  • Session 1: How can a step-change in our approach to climate education in the formal school curriculum be made?
  • Session 2: How can a step-change in our approach to extra-curricular climate education be made?
We're green in all sorts of ways
People & Planet University League
1st in the People & Planet University League 2023
The Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education 2021
Queens Anniversary Prize for climate research and action
Times Higher Education Awards 2023
Winner of Outstanding Contribution to Environmental Leadership