The programme provides the training in climate science, communications, and organising to tell the story of climate change and inspire communities everywhere to take action. The training is delivered by Al Gore, renowned climate scientists and communicators.
The Climate Reality Leaders aim to educate and inspire individuals and organisations on climate change awareness and action as part of the Climate Reality Leadership Corps, there are now over 18,000 Climate Reality Leaders now trained worldwide, with over 160 in the UK and 7 in West Sussex working to inspire people to live more in harmony with planet earth.
The aim of the presentation is to break down the complex terms of science and policy into the language of everyday life, so that people everywhere can understand how climate change directly affects them. They can then join the millions of people worldwide in making changes to their everyday lives which will make a real difference. There is information about the negative effects humans are having on the planet which sustains us, but as Carrie adds “the presentation also includes lots of statistics, evidence and reasons to be cheerful”.
You can learn more about the Climate Reality presentations and talks we offer here
Spring 2017 the Climate Reality Global Education Working Group was born!
Carrie initiated the launch of a group of Climate Reality Leaders whose focus was education. They have been meeting using Zoom video conferencing since the spring of 2017, to share best practice, resources and support each other. Out of this group the Sussex Green Living ‘The Future We Want LESS C02 school programme was launched in November 2017, learn more here.
In the spring of 2019 a US Climate Reality Leader Stef Miller joined the group and has worked hard on the groups infrasture and strategy: To advance The Climate Reality Project mission through Climate Science Education, convening a worldwide network of educators and community leaders in an international exchange of best practices and resources for teaching students about the urgency and opportunity in addressing climate change.
The Global Education Group promotes Green Buildings, Net Zero-Energy Schools, S.T.E.M. + S.T.E.A.M. education within and outside of the classroom, Experiential Education, and strives to instill values for authentic dialogue around environmental justice with students of all ages.
Our cross continent Sustainable Sister Schools campaign connects Climate Action Classrooms, providing students, educational institutions, communities and families actionable, inspiring programming and access to curriculum materials, lesson plans, research and support in developing Climate Action Plans. Early exposure to and education around intersectionality and environmental justice integrates students and rising professionals into the largest social justice movement we have ever known, enriching our collective work and empowering the next generation of leaders.
This group is now open to teachers and educationionalists who want to advance their climate change knowledge. There are regular webinars, to join this group please contact us.