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Connecting Climate to Communities- A Webinar Series from NECI

The NECI Curriculum Development Team is hosting a Spring webinar series on the 4th Wed of the month!  This free webinar series features 17 outreach perspectives for engaging different communities in addressing climate. The goal is to share resources, stories, methods, and tools from across the U.S. for re-use locally.

The primary audience is extension educators but this webinar series is applicable to all citizens.

February's webinar: YOUTH & Climate, Register HERE.

This hour long webinar will explore two existing programs focused on educating youth and educators of youth on climate change. It will be followed by a discussion to explore opportunities for collaborative learning and the potential for building upon each other’s efforts to amplify impact. Let’s chat on how to connect with youth in your community!

  • Working with Youth, Engaging Educators and Participants in Youth Climate Education
    PRESENTER: Jack Wright (Cornell Cooperative Extension)
  • WORKING WITH YOUTH EDUCATORS, Networking with Educators Around Locally-Relevant Climate Information
    PRESENTER: Rebecca Ward (NC State University)

Spring Webinar Schedule:

February 28: YOUTH & Climate, Register Here.

March 27: STORYTELLING & Climate, Register Here.

April 24: DIY–Self-Guided Climate Instruction, Register Here.

May 22: COMMUNITIES & Climate, Register Here.

June 26: AGING & Climate, Register Here.

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