How to Increase Climate Literacy through your Education and Outreach Programs

Friday December 1, 9am - 3:30pm Kerry Wood Nature Centre, Red Deer


The Alberta Council for Environmental Education understands the need for all Albertans to work together to increase Climate Literacy in Alberta, whether you consider yourself an environmental educator, an energy educator or a community leader, we want to support you as you consider how to incorporate climate literacy into your education and outreach programs.

The Alberta Council for Environmental Education will hold full-day sessions across Alberta that will explore best practices for climate education and outreach, and help you consider how to incorporate these practices into your programs. Participants will...

  • Learn more about excellent climate change education and outreach, and share their ideas
  • Understand climate change effects (present, and future) in your region
  • Have their top-of-mind questions answered by colleagues, in open space sessions
  • Consider how to increase climate literacy through your education and outreach programs - then roll up their sleeves, and take the first steps
  • Strengthen their local learning community and network 

This is a working session, and participants are strongly encouraged to attend with other members of their team.

A registration fee of $15 dollars covers all workshop materials and a networking lunch.


REGISTER

Questions? Contact Christina Pickles at christina@abcee.org or 403-998-4782

December 1st, 2017 9:00 AM   to   3:30 PM
6300 45 Avenue
Red Deer, AB
Canada

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