Putting Teachers and Education Leaders at the centre of the education response to our climate crisis.
The official long-term road to COP28 for the advancement of climate action and leadership through education: a global community of practice for members of the Teachers for the Planet programme – teachers, school and system-level leaders in climate and education who meet throughout the year to discuss and debate solutions for the future of the planet.
This coalition galvanizes leading experts in climate and education to make more explicit and concrete links between the education and climate change sectors for real impact at school- and system-level with tangible outputs that transform education towards climate action and leadership.
The programme has two aims over the course of the next 12 months:
Establish a strong global community of practice for school and system-level leaders in climate and education where new solutions are discussed and debated for the future of the planet.
Develop a new online and offline repository of proven innovations in climate and education that are useful for teachers, school leaders, and education/climate policy-makers.
The LearningPlanet Alliance’s global network of diverse game-changers, institutions and educators learning to take care of oneself, others and the planet, Teach for All's network of 60 independent national organizations and global Climate Education Community; and The Aga Khan Foundation’s Schools2030 global community of 1000 schools, 50,000 educators and 500,000 learners across 10 countries.
Other members include: The Education Commission, the Education Outcomes Fund, Asociata Volens, the Climate Governance Commission, the Varkey Foundation, Teach the Nation, Earth Day, Earth Warriors Global, GPE, the FCDO, One Resilient Earth, Brooking Institute, and many more!