The GA published new resources today to help teachers of geography tackle climate change as part of their curriculum. The publication of this collection of GA journal articles coincides with the first ever London Climate Action Week (1-8 July 2019). The materials explore the causes of climate change and incorporate case studies, teaching strategies and online resources for teachers.
GA Chief Executive Alan Kinder said:
“Knowledge and understanding of the atmosphere and the relationship between humans and their environment are woven into every level of the school geography curriculum, from the primary phase to Post 16. These resources from the GA are intended to support the many teachers of geography who are committed to addressing the greatest challenge facing humankind in the 21st Century – Anthropogenic climate change.”