Teaching climate change in schools

I thought this may be of interest to some…

New teaching material has been developed for schools in Wales to teach students between the ages of 14-16 about the science, impacts and adaptation to climate change. The material and the way it was developed is interesting as its designed to cut across the interlinked issue areas and concerns of students.

The teaching material is viewable/downloadable here: http://www.severnestuary.net/yocco/education.htm

For more information on how it was developed, see:
http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/blog/2011/sep/20/wales-climate-change-schools-education

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About Hannah Hughes

I am a lecturer in the School of Law and Politics. My research interests stem from my concern with environmental degradation and include: Climate change; knowledge and power; global environmental politics; environmental security
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