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Promoting climate change awareness through environmental education.
Addressing global climate change is a monumental battle that can only be fought by the leaders of tomorrow, but future leaders are molded through education and shaped by the leaders of today. While the pivotal role of education in spreading awareness of climate change is one universally espoused, equally universal is the recognition that current education efforts are falling woefully short.

Promoting Climate Change Awareness through Environmental Education stems the rising tide of shortcomings in environmental education by plugging a known gap in current research and opening a dialogue for the future. Targeting an audience of young scholars, academics, researchers, and policymakers, this volume provides a much needed dam of empirical evidence regarding the role of youth education in addressing one of the greatest challenges of our age.

This timely publication focuses on topics such as building resilience to climate change, green learning spaces, gender issues and concerns for developing countries, and the impact of young adults on the future of environmental sustainability.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Section 1. Climate change education : roles, modes, and scales --
chapter 1. Building resilience to climate change at local levels: the role of education / Mphemelang Joseph Ketlhoilwe --
chapter 2. Climate change education through art and science collaborations / Phillip Gough, Kate Dunn, Caitilin de Berigny --
chapter 3. Conferences as learning spaces on climate change and sustainability: insights from university students' experiences / Mona Betour El Zoghbi --
chapter 4. Incremental learning and gradual changes: "science field shops" as an educational approach to coping better with climate change in agriculture / Yunita Triwardani Winarto, Kees/Cornelis Johan Stigter --
chapter 5. Science communication as a tool for advancing the environmental education on climate change: can Africa do it better? / Innocent Chirisa, Elmond Bandauko, Shingai T. Kawadza --
chapter 6. On the use of different presentation formats in an exhibit at a science center to communicate sea level rise / Subramaniam Ramanathan, Kenneth Feinstein --
chapter 7. Zanzibari seaweed: global climate change and the promise of adaptation / Nadra Hashim --
chapter 8. Tackling climate change through educational awareness: a case study on Georgia House Resolution 689 / Karla Drenner --
chapter 9. Gendered vulnerability and adaptation to climate change / Never Mujere --
section 2. The voices of youth --
chapter 10. NGO roles in promoting climate change awareness through environmental education: NGO on climate change / Ediola Pashollari --
chapter 11. Taking action from awareness: pre-university student perspectives, programs on climate change issues, and environmental education / Carolyn N. Stevenson --
section 3. Future trends and directions --
chapter 12. The place of concerns for posterity in the global education for sustainable development agenda: the case of UNESCO / Katia Vladimirova --
chapter 13. Learning and climate change adaptation: moving towards resilience in an era of escalating instability / Lynn A. Wilson.
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