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Educational activities centered on climate change and carbon footprints can engage learners in understanding the connection between personal and collective actions and their impact on global climate, and can enable individuals to make climate-friendly lifestyle choices such as reducing energy use. Machine Learning can help educate the public about climate change through conversational agents and adaptive learning techniques.
Background Readings[edit | edit source]
- Not Just Hot Air: Putting Climate Change Education Into Practice (2015): a primer prepared by the UNESCO about teaching climate change education to different populations of students.
Community[edit | edit source]
Libraries and Tools[edit | edit source]
Climate Change Education: a course that presents the tools to teach climate change in a "positive, engaging and participatory way", curated by the Banco Interamericano de Desarollo.
Data[edit | edit source]
Future Directions[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- UNESCO. "Not just hot air: putting climate change education into practice". UNESCO Digital Library.