EUC’s High School Lecture Series: The Youth Climate Report
The Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change is dedicated to enhancing environmental education at all levels and offers many high school outreach activities. We provide reach ahead resources and hands-on skill building to support and foster environmental, sustainability, and social justice education for the next generation. With our increasingly interconnected world and booming population, the need for active citizenship and environmental stewardship has never been greater.
Whether you’re teaching Regional Geography, Canadian and World Issues, Environmental Science, Resource Management, Equity and Social Justice, World Geography or covering relatable subjects in your curriculum, our virtual lectures by our professors will add something new.
JOIN US ON FEBRUARY 22 at 10am for THE YOUTH CLIMATE REPORT with MARK TERRY
An examination of a United Nations project called the Youth Climate Report, an educational program designed to provide the global community of youth with an opportunity to directly contribute to policy discussions through film. The short documentary films made by young people between the ages of 18 and 30 are added o a GIS (Google) map of the world and used by UN policymakers during its annual climate summits known as the COP conferences. This lecture will show how young people can get involved in this unique program.
Click here to register for the lecture. Ensure you select the appropriate date for your lecture of choice. A zoom link will be emailed to you in advance of the lecture.
Please note: This event is for high school audiences only.