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Webinar: Beyond Doom & Gloom: How to Teach Climate Change Towards Empowerment
Nov 8 2022 Educators will hear from youth about how they are handling this challenge and will walk away with a variety of strategies and activities to integrate into their curriculum as they engage with today's youth.

Webinar: Strategies for Integrating Climate Science into the Elementary Classroom with CLEAN
Nov 3 2022 November 3rd @6pm ET/ 5pm CT/ 4pm MT, 3pm PT (45 min) Register » Webinar Description This webinar provides strategies for elementary teachers to integrate climate science into their classrooms. Teachers will ...

Webinar: It's Us: Humans as Agents of Change Within Earth's Climate System
Oct 26 2022 October 26th@6pm ET/ 5pm CT/ 4pm MT, 3pm PT (30 min) Register » Webinar Description Human impacts on the climate system are becoming increasingly evident, moving climate change from a topic that is abstract ...

Webinar: Introduction to CLEAN
Oct 20 2022 This webinar offers a guided tour of the CLEAN portal, a collection of over 800 climate and energy educational resources to help you effectively and accurately teach about climate and energy topics.

Webinar: Teaching About Climate and Energy in Communities That Might Not Want to Hear it
May 3 2022 This webinar will offer teaching ideas that are collaborative, solutions-oriented, and can appeal to people from varied worldviews.

Webinar: Exploring hands-on, STEM-based energy activities for the classroom
Apr 26 2022 During this webinar, educators from the NC Energy Literacy Fellows program will share ideas and resources for incorporating hands-on STEM-based energy activities into instruction. In addition to showcasing a range of activities to teach about electricity generation and renewable energy, we'll discuss strategies for adapting and extending activities to meet instructional goals for both science and CTE classrooms.

Webinar: Climate and Mental Health: Acknowledging Grief and Inspiring Hope
Apr 19 2022 During this 1-hour webinar, we will review research linking climate change and mental health. We will focus on skills for coping with and moving through personal grief and loss related to climate change. Emphasis will also be placed on supporting students in processing and transforming climate change-related grief and loss. As a component of this, we will learn how to inspire hope in yourself and your students through examples of – innovation, advocacy and community action. This webinar will include both lecture and interactive components.

Webinar: CLEAN Climate Solutions Workshop Using the En-ROADS Decision Support Model
Mar 22 2022 In this 1.5 hour workshop, facilitator Dr. Tamara Shapiro Ledley will help participants explore the impact of various strategies including reducing the use of coal, oil, and gas for energy, increasing the impact of renewable energy resources, increasing the energy efficiency of transportation and infrastructure, electrifying transportation, reducing emissions from land use, and removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, and others using the En-ROADS decision support model.

Webinar: Teaching Climate Consequences with CLEAN: Motivate and Inspire, Don't Despair
Mar 14 2022 Spring 2022 Webinar Description The consequences of climate change are all around us, unfortunately. How can we teach these topics without overwhelming our students or causing anxiety? In this webinar, climate ...

Webinar: It's Us: Humans as agents of change within Earth's climate system
Mar 9 2022 Spring 2022 Webinar Description Human impacts on the climate system are becoming increasingly evident, moving climate change from a topic that is abstract and faraway to one that is right before our eyes. ...