Climate change, education, and a sustainable future - Te huringa o te āhuarangi, mātauranga, me te oranga a-mua tonu
Earth is experiencing climate change at an unprecedented rate, fuelled largely by human activity. This rapid change has significant, complex, and interrelated implications for our ecological and social systems.
- What is the role of education in inspiring, supporting, and enacting environmental sustainability, kaitiakitanga, and practical ways forward to ensure a safe climate for future generations?
- How should we be preparing our young people for a climate-altered future?
- What kinds of learning do students, teachers, educational leaders, and communities need to help us transition to a different, and better future?
- What educational practices need to be shared and amplified in learning for different age levels and across diverse learning settings?
This Set special issue invites contributions that bring fresh and diverse perspectives about climate change education and an ecologically restorative future to the conversation.
For full submission details, go to the Set call for papers page here.