If you're looking to incorporate more climate advocacy into your course, here is an Action Sheet of all the events and opportunities coming up in which students can engage in education or action on climate change.
Patricia M. DeMarco, Ph.D.
Author: "Pathways to Our Sustainable Future- Global Perspective from Pittsburgh"
Forest Hills Borough Council, 2016-2020
Visiting Researcher & Writer, Carnegie Mellon University
Senior Scholar and Adjunct Faculty, Chatham University
2017 William Freudenburg Lifetime Achievement Award
2018 Visionary of the Year- PA Interfaith Power and Light
2019 Carnegie Science Award- Environment
Literacy is a big part of teaching sciences, specifically Climate Change. Teaching with literature that helps with that teaching is crucial to begin to have an understanding of our role in fighting Climate Change.
Learn about real world threats to marine mammals and the ocean as well as the urgent need to address them. Using problem solving and critical thinking skills, participants will collaborate to design a solution to alleviate one of the threats. This program raises the awareness of participants to the interconnection between people and the ocean and empowers them to help restore it. In the process they discover how science and engineering are important to ocean related careers.
This is a two-part distance learning event with an assignment in between.
Aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals, The 13 Pathways to Greening Your School are designed for you to use September – June (1-10) serving as year-round learning tools, and you can put them in any order that aligns with your program in school, after school, or out of school!
Within each Pathway you will find links to curriculum, games, apps, videos, Days to Celebrate and more!