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How can we prepare students for a different future? Getting climate and sustainability education into the classroom

6:00pm-7:30pm on Thursday 21 March

Times shown are in GMT (UTC +0) up to the 26th March. For events on or after 27th March times are in BST (UTC +1).

Museum of Zoology, Downing Street, CB2 3EJ

This panel session, led by Cambridge University Press & Assessment’s Global Director for Climate Education, Christine Özden, will discuss ideas and opportunities from the different perspectives of educators, researchers and students. Following on from her contribution to the debate at Climate Change COP28 in the United Arab Emirates in December 2023, Christine will share insights on the latest thinking on education reform to tackle these global issues.

In this session, students, teachers, career advisors and educators from across the University of Cambridge will explore how to give young people the skills and knowledge they need to thrive.

There will be a chance for the audience in the room and online to put comments and questions to the panel.

The panel members will be:

• Climate education head – Christine Özden, Global Director for Climate Education, Cambridge University Press & Assessment

• College – Jo Trump, Principal, Hills Road Sixth Form College

• Student – Henry Jena, Student, Hills Road Sixth Form College

• Careers advisor – Tariq Sadiq, Careers and Employability Lead, Long Road Sixth Form College

• University – Dr Amy Munro-Faure, Head of Education and Student Engagement, Cambridge Zero

Booking/Registration is: REQUIRED

Additional Information

Age: Adults, Young Adults 12 – 18
Format: Talk
Timing: In person
Cost: Free of charge
Event Capacity: 50
Theme: Environment
Accessibility: Full access

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