Learn about the integral role of the Office for Climate Education (OCE), established after the Paris Agreement ratification, in elevating the importance of education in solving the climate crisis. Explore OCE’s initiatives, including TeachersCOP, an international event highlighting educators’ essential contributions to global climate education!
Explore how Concord Consortium’s STEM education technology research and development expertise is shaping how California students will discern and synthesize data. As a CCEJP anchor organization, Concord Consortium offers data tools and support to the curriculum writing teams so all curricular resources will use digital resources to engage deeply, justly, and equitably with STEM concepts.
Learn about how BSCS’s strategies for highly collaborative curriculum development and justice-driven storylines are shaping California’s new climate and environmental justice curriculum that will launch in 2025!
A second-generation immigrant daughter, Naomie is a rising senior at the Nueva School in San Mateo who joined climate activists on an advocacy trip to Capitol Hill to push Congress to take action on climate change education. Learn about Naomie’s upbringing and her passion for tackling the climate crisis.
CCEJP steering committee member Milton Reynolds—San Francisco Bay Area-based career educator, author, equity and inclusion consultant, and activist—shares his reflections about the exciting convening that centered community, social justice, and thoughtful curiosity.
On July 19, Ten Strands hosted the California Cohort Day at Climate Generation’s Summer Institute for Climate Change Education, a three-day conference connecting educators to an engaged community seeking to build collective strength to inspire hope and action in our communities.
Greenhouse gas emissions are a leading cause of climate change, and one youth has a solution. Meet Kennesha Garg, a senior at American High School in San Francisco, who developed a system—RootPipes—that uses pipes to more effectively remove gasses from landfills and ultimately create a safer world.
One of our initiatives, the Environmental and Climate Change Literacy Projects (ECCLPs), recently kicked off its multiple committees that are working together to support the urgent need to advance PK–12 environmental and climate change literacy by mobilizing the UC and CSU systems.