Virtual Workshop: What’s the Buzz About Net Zero Education?


Virtual Workshop: What’s the Buzz About Net Zero Education?

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Climate change education plays a critical role in driving action and solutions needed to achieve net zero emissions globally. In this workshop, educators from around the world discuss innovative approaches to integrating net zero concepts into teaching and learning. We explore how attention to net zero can enhance climate change education and help learners think about pathways for a just transition to a carbon-neutral future. Learn about and share perspectives on this important component of international climate policy and action.

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Speakers (Alphabetically): 

  • Nicole Ardoin, Associate Professor, Stanford University, United States
  • Judy Braus, Executive Director, North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE), United States
  • Tzu-Chau (TC) Chang, Professor, Graduate Institute of Environmental Education, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
  • Kathayoon A. Khalil, Associate Vice President of Conservation Learning at New England Aquarium, United States
  • Jen Kretser, Director of Climate Initiatives, The Wild Center, United States
  • Christina Kwauk, Research Director, Unbounded Associates, United States
  • Shaun Martin, Vice President, World Wildlife Fund, United States
  • Martha Monroe, Professor, Associate Director, University of Florida, United States
  • Ginger Potter, Senior Education Specialist, Office of Environmental Education (OEE), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, United States 
  • Alan Reid, Professor, Monash University, Australia 
  • Bill Scott, Emeritus Professor of Education, University of Bath, United Kingdom