Ecologues, is a series of interactive webinars featuring experts on various aspects of the environmental crisis, accompanied by educational resources for students and teachers.
The Essential Science of Climate Change
LECTURE MATERIAL AND CLASS ACTIVITIES
Matthew Pye, the founder of the Climate Academy, a teacher, philosopher, and author takes us through six key concepts behind climate change.
From high-developed nations’ rising emissions to “the gigaclock”, learn what are the causes of climate change and what we must do to stop it.
The video is accompanied by a guided presentation, which includes all the necessary information to run an engaging lecture and activities for students to join.
Who is most guilty of causing climate change?
Matthew Pye, the founder of the Climate Academy, is a teacher, philosopher, and author.
Rahmina Paullete, the founder of Kisumu Environmental Champs, is an activist and conservationist.
Alister Doyle, the author of The Great Melt, formerly reported on the environment for Reuters.
These three speakers engaged in an interesting debate about governments, media and corporations. We wonder, who is most guilty of causing climate change?
Watch the discussion and download class debate instructions.
Education and Climate Justice
Listen, research, discuss
Floriane Marié, a professional in the field of climate education in Latin America and Africa, explained why women are more affected by the climate crisis and how education is the key to solving the issue of injustice.
The video would be a great addition to the topic of women’s rights. We invite students and educators to implement it in a classes and foster discussion.
Activity idea: Discovering women’s rights around the world.
Climate Activism and Social Justice
Class activities - take action!
Marie Cohuet, a spokesperson for Alternatiba, a climate and social justice activist told us how to do climate activism. Let’s take her example and get into action!
The video would be a great addition to the topic of social justice. We invite students and educators to implement it in their classes and foster discussion.
Activity idea: Social Privilege Scavenger Hunt
Activity idea: How To Start Taking Action On Your Own?