This course teaches the art of persuasive communication through elevator pitches focused on climate change. Students learn to quickly and effectively communicate key messages about climate change to various audiences. The CARBON pitch model that students will use to communicate their ideas was created especially for this course!
In this course, you will find 4 exciting and thought-provoking debates you can do with your group. The course includes an explanation of an accessible debate format and everything else you need to organise and judge the debates. Every debate will take between 1,5 and 3 hours depending on the amount of time you have. We made sure that you can easily adjust the material to fit your needs.
This engaging, interactive course is designed for group learning. It delves into the psychological aspects of climate change, exploring how our mental processes influence our environmental decisions. Through discussions, group exercises, and collaborative projects, students will discover the psychological barriers to environmental action and learn strategies to overcome them.
The course "Data Bites 2: How Bad Is Flying?" offers an insightful look into the impact of aviation on climate change, focusing on group learning and discussions. You will explore data on greenhouse gas emissions from various transport sectors and engage in exercises to understand the carbon footprints of different travel modes.
In this classroom edition of "The Carbon Footprint of Everything" you and your classmates will uncover how daily activities impact the Earth's carbon footprint. Together, you'll use engaging tools to investigate which actions, from driving to manufacturing, increase atmospheric carbon dioxide. Through group exploration, you'll all learn about smarter choices and collaborative efforts to lower these emissions, moving collectively towards a more sustainable planet.
Explore what 2050 could look like. in Terra 50, you design a passport for this new era. Dive into a future of sustainability and innovation through creative storytelling and research-based optimism.