These links connect to pedagogical and learning resources and ideas for shaping teaching practice.
Courses and degree programs
Source: University of Birmingham
Summary: Information about the online LLM in Energy and Environmental Law offered by the University of Birmingham.
Seminars and events
Source: GCRF-AFRICAP: Events
Summary: The website for the GCRF gives a calendar of its upcoming webinars and recordings of its past events.
Source:Priestley International Centre for Climate
Summary: The Center’s webpage offers links to its blog and to recordings of its past events.
Source: The Carbon Literacy Trust
Summary: A collection of resources on teaching climate change in higher education.
Source: UN CC
Summary: Learning resources for understanding and mitigating climate change.
Source: National Geographic Society March 2019
Summary: Overview of climate change, appropriate for students in Grades 5-8.
Source: Cornell University Press 2018
Summary: A practical book for educators, covering a broad set of topics on climate communication.
Notes on how to access: An open access copy of the book can be downloaded for non-commercial purposes from Cornell Open.
Source: Conversation Science and Practice 2019
Summary: An examination of the content of university climate change courses to offer recommendations on how to produce a more climate-literate population.
Source: Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities 2014
Summary: A syllabus for a course on Media and the Environment.
Source: Association for Journalism Education 19 October 2021
Summary: Looks at “how climate change science is effectively communicated through the news media and how it is taught within the academy.”
Source: World Journalism Education Conference, 2022
Summary: Professor Christopher Paterson reflects on how journalism educators can best prepare new journalists to produce high-quality reporting on the climate crisis.