The Bard M.Ed. in Environmental Education program prepares educators to create an informed and engaged citizenry supporting progress towards a just, prosperous, and sustainable future. Through intensive academic training, real world professional experience, and career development opportunities, the program enables graduates to pursue successful, high-impact careers in private schools, NGO’s, government land management agencies, private land conservation organizations, museums, environmental education centers, and consulting firms.
The WorldWide Teach-In on Climate and Justice is offering professional development webinars every Wednesday at 10 AM and 9 PM Eastern Time. These next upcoming webinars are for those interested in using art, galleries, and museums or food systems to address the climate crisis with just solutions. See more for descriptions, registration links, and other resources.
Bard College launched its MEd in Environmental Education five years ago - hear from founding educators and alumni on lessons learned about creating an environmental education program that centers a focus on expanding environmental education access to historically marginalized populations.
Educators, please share this exciting opportunity with your students: Bard College's WorldWide Teach-in on Climate and Justice invites students from around the world to create provocative plays that are short (7 minutes or less), in any language, that engage with the complexities of the climate crisis.
As the climate crisis unfolds daily into our students' lives, we owe them one focused day in all of our classes to discuss how we can act now to change the future.
On the night of Tuesday April 7, the Center for Environmental Policy at Bard College is coordinating a series of 52, university-hosted webinars, one in every state of the country, focused on ambitious but feasible state and local solutions to help solve climate by 2030. Help us engage 300,000 students across the country in this conversation on April 7.
he C2C Fellows Network at the Bard Center for Environmental Policy is a national program for undergraduates and recent graduates aspiring to leadership work in sustainability policy, NGO’s and business. C2C’s intensive skills-based weekend workshops include young people from across the country. The $30 registration fee includes meals and housing. Students often receive funding to attend this conference from their student governments or sustainability offices.
Date and Time:
Friday, March 6, 2020, 5:00pm to Sunday, March 8, 2020, 8:00pm
Over 100,000 university and high school students across the nation, along with faith and community groups, will tune into 52 simultaneous, university-hosted state-wide webinars on an issue critical to their future: how ambitious state and local action can put us on the way to solving climate change by 2030. Faculty across the country, and across disciplines, will assign these webinars as homework, using them as a springboard for discussing climate solutions.