Climate Change

RCE Penang Webinar - Linking ESD, Climate Change Education and Disaster Risk Reduction Education (10 April 2015, 2-3pm UTC+8)

RCE Penang is delighted to invite you to this webinar focused on embedding Education for Sustainable Development, Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction in primary and secondary education:

Title       Linking Education for Sustainable Development, Climate Change Education and Disaster Risk Reduction Education

Speakers: David Selby and Fumiyo Kagawa (Sustainability Frontiers, UK/Canada)

COP20/CMP 10 Meeting: Lima Ministerial Declaration on Education and Awareness Raising

One of the major outcomes of the COP20/CMP10 Alliance meeting. After the adoption, Minister Korolec, COP 19/CMP 9 President, said that "this declaration is an important step towards bringing education back into the spotlight where it belongs".


World Bank Report: Turn Down the Heat: Confronting the New Climate Normal

The Turn Down the Heat report series, prepared for the Word Bank by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research and Climate Analytics, provides snapshots of the latest climate science. The three reports warn that without concerted action, temperatures are on pace to rise to 4°C above pre-industrial times by the end of this century. The first report (2012), looks at the risks of a world 4°C or even 2°C warmer. The second (2013) examines the impact on Africa, South Asia, and South East Asia.


11 ways young people have revolutionized the climate debate

'Young people are often the most passionate voices on climate change, and with reason – as the planet warms over the coming century, it is the future of the youngest at stake. As such, it is often youth that are the loudest and the most ambitious in calling for action, proving to be anything from serious combatants to potential allies to the politicians in charge. But do their pickets and their pleas actually achieve anything?' Check out the link below: Best Regards, HAMISI MKUZI for RCE-Greater Pwani