Students examine the causes and effects of global warming and delve into questions of who is most responsible for and vulnerable to the changing climate. Students also grapple with how to respond to climate change in ways that are both effective and fair.
Climate Change and Questions of Justice
The newly updated Climate Change and Questions of Justice unit (third edition, December 2020) includes readings, short videos, and lessons on carbon taxes, documentary films, and case studies that examine mitigation and adaptation strategies implemented around the world.
Join us as we work through this unit and discuss ways to utilize it in your courses.
NOTE: This online workshop will begin at 10 am EDT.
This is a great unit. It does a great job of simplifying the science, showing the impact, and setting up the policy debate. Very informative for students.”
– Derek, New Jersey Teacher
The $45 registration fee includes a two-year Digital Editions license to the Climate Change and Questions of Justice curriculum unit. A three-hour Certificate of Attendance will also be provided and will reflect the two-hour online webinar plus one hour of reading in advance as preparation.
All secondary educators are encouraged to attend.