The climate crisis is the largest challenge mankind has ever had to face. To do so effectively will require collaboration, shared truth and innovation at a scale that has yet to be realized. Through blogs, conversations and events we will focus on what to teach, how to teach it and how to create a climate positive school community so that our upcoming generations know what they are up against and have a shared understanding of the challenges and opportunities ahead.
ASU Prep is churning out a number of outstanding schools, student projects and ideas. Tom Vander Ark highlights a few recent innovations.
A recent education forum from Harvard Graduate School of Education focused on how the education sector can be a force toward climate solutions and environmental justice.
The International School Grounds Alliance works with schools across the world to instill a sense of place, community and belonging in learners.
The garden to table concept advances sustainable food growth and eating habits in young children. It also aligns with evolving standards in sustainable design, such as the WELL Building Standard, which focuses on nourishment and specifically responsible food production.