PHC Event – Solve Climate 2030: Climate Change in the Classroom and Beyond
From the humanities to the health sciences, why is it important for all students to learn about Climate Change? Experts from different fields will share insights and engage in discussion about teaching Climate Change and Climate Justice in the classroom for students of all majors and professions.
Participation can be applied toward students’ IP Honors Distinction.
Competencies: Roles & Responsibilities, Values & Ethics
Livestream: une.edu/live (Viewing only)
Presented in collaboration with: UNE Planetary Health Council (PHC) and UNE Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL)
"The speakers brought different perspectives that were really insightful. I enjoyed hearing what they had to say about resilience and how we can use nature within our community." – UNE Applied Exercise Science program student ('25), at the 'Grow with the Flow' PHC and CECE collaborative event Sept. 28, 2022.
"Today's speakers did an excellent job touching upon how each their individual backgrounds play a role in working toward combating climate change, and things we can do interprofessionally to foster resilience and hope in everyone." – UNE Health, Wellness and Occupational Studies program student ('23), at the 'Grow with the Flow' PHC and CECE collaborative event Sept. 28, 2022.