Climate and environmental literacy, coupled with strong civic education, will create jobs, build a green consumer market and allow citizens to engage with their governments in a meaningful way to address the climate crisis.
Fifty years ago, the first Earth Day started an environmental revolution. Now, we are igniting an education revolution to save the planet. EARTHDAY.ORG passionately envisions a world where every student, no matter their location, is embraced by a rich education weaving together climate and environmental understanding, coupled with a strong civic engagement component.
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Our climate education initiatives boast a dynamic curriculum designed to foster a deep understanding of pressing environmental issues. Rooted in the belief education is a catalyst for change, the curriculum combines scientific insights with practical applications, enabling students to become active participants in safeguarding the planet.
The Climate and Environmental Literacy campaign extends its impact through meticulously curated toolkits and engaging newsletters, ensuring a continuous flow of valuable resources and insights. Our thoughtfully crafted toolkits provide educators, students, and advocates with a treasure trove of resources, while our vibrant newsletters serve as dynamic platforms for staying connected and informed.
The goal of the map is to be able to understand the state of education policy, issues, and action, in any state, in 60 seconds. Educate to Advocate for your state.
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Promoting robust climate and environmental education is essential as global challenges intensify. Such education empowers informed decision-making, active civic engagement, and urgency in addressing pressing issues. By shaping policy, encouraging sustainable lifestyles, and cultivating stewards, advocates play a vital role in building a sustainable and resilient future.