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Published in Journal of Cleaner Production, 2018. "Although climate change is arguably the most important global problem of the twenty-first century, this research project indicates that universities and colleges have failed to update the general education curriculum and ensure that all students are exposed to education about climate science and climate change."
Presentation by Dr. Martha Monroe, Professor of Environmental Education at the University of Florida, based on a review of 49 research papers that reported effective strategies for teaching about climate change.
"This open access volume draws on a multidimensional model of educational change. The book reviews the field of climate change education and identifies some of the areas in which past efforts have fallen short in supporting effective pedagogical change at scale. It then formulates an approach to engage university students and faculty in partnering with schools and adult education institutions and directly contribute innovative curricula on climate change."
PCC library ebook, published in 2018. "In playfully pessimistic and thought-provoking essays, author Andrew McMurry explores a vital but fundamentally perverse human practice: destroying our planet while imagining we are not."
By Susanne Moser and Ioan Fazey, published in Frontiers in Sustainability, April 2021. "The depth and extent of transformation that awaits society requires people skilled in coping emotionally and in effectively engaging the plethora of challenges ahead with agility, creativity, resolve, vision, and integrity."
Report about an online course taught at the U. of Wisconsin-Madison focusing on the physical principles governing Earth’s climate and climate change within the broader context of societal impacts and global political considerations. Published in BAMS the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 2020.
Environmental Research Letters, 2020. Proposes "an approach to climate communication and storytelling that builds people's agency for climate action by providing a wide variety of stories of people taking positive action on climate change."