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Teaching the Future: Climate Education For All

Saturday 25th September1pm2:30pm
Friends Meeting House

Young people today will face the effects catastrophic climate change and are among our last hope of stopping it. Yet our education system is failing to prepare them for this reality.

This event focuses on a key demand of the youth climate strike movement: for young people to be taught about the climate crisis with the emphasis that the scale of the problem deserves. What would it mean to put the climate at the heart of our education system? How can this be achieved? What impact could this have on society? And how might it link to decolonising the curriculum?

This event will be recorded. Subscribe to the TWT Youtube to make sure not to miss it once it's up!


Lola is a young climate campaigner. She is heavily involved with the UK Student Climate Network, the grassroots network which hosts the youth climate strikes in the UK.

Nadia is the Labour MP for Nottingham East, and a former care worker.

Scarlett is part of the UK Student Climate Network (UKSCN)

Mikaela Loach is a climate justice activist based in Edinburgh in Scotland who has been nominated for the Global Citizen Prize: UK's Hero Award.


Sponsoring Organisations:

Teach the Future is a campaign by secondary and tertiary education students to greatly improve teaching on the climate emergency and ecological crisis in Scotland, England and Wales.


UK Student Climate Network (UKSCN) is a group of mostly under 18s taking to the streets to protest the government's lack of action on the Climate Crisis.

We gratefully acknowledge the support of the following organisations in our educational and research work:
Lipman Miliband TrustRosa Luxemburg Stiftung LondonBarry Amiel & Norman Melburn Trust
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