Project climate education
The aim of our climate education is to show the processes of international climate policy and to motivate young people to get involved in politics and society. To this end, we attend school classes as well as public workshops and conferences in order to reach as many young people as possible.
Together we can tailor the structure and content of the modules to the group, depending on their interest and time frame.
In addition, we offer planning games and a climate simulator as interactive elements. Participants can, for example, take on the role of international negotiators during a climate conference and get to know the challenges of different groups of countries in a playful way.
Climate change in general
In this module we explain the background to climate change and show the connections based on current events in the global context.
UNFCCC stands for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. After a brief introduction to the United Nations, this module provides insights into the development, structure and objectives of the Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Paris Agreement. In addition, the process and current status of the climate negotiations as well as the involvement of young people in this process will be discussed. Recommendation: Can be combined very well with the planning game “UN negotiations”
Opportunities for participation and action
How can I commit myself to climate protection and contribute to processes? In this module, we will go into more detail on the topic of “participation”: What is participation? Where do we already know or live participation and what possibilities are there to participate in the climate context? In addition, personal and social, local and global possibilities for action are addressed. Every body can make a contribution to climate protection in its own way.
Climate impacts and adaptation
In this module, we focus on the changes that occur due to climate change and what efforts are/must be made to adapt. The consequences of climate change are most affecting those countries that contribute little to climate change. However, this is rarely discussed in public. The keyword “climate justice” between generations and nations is therefore an important part of the module for us.
Note: We are spread all over Germany and usually have short distances to the venue. If we have to travel far, there will be costs that we, as a young association, may not be able to cover. For this purpose, we ask for compensation for expenses.
Climate education also on social media
In addition, we can be found on the following social media channels, where we show insights into our work — where we also regularly publish content on the topic of climate edcuation.
Climate education on Instagram
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