COP26 event | Education in climate policies: Are countries making the grade?

published 4 November 2021 updated 25 November 2021

Which countries are prioritising quality climate education for all? Education International launches ground-breaking research on national commitments to climate change education at COP26 in Glasgow.

Join us for a conversation about how governments should and must harness the power of education in the fight against climate change.

Watch the event below!

The event will feature a presentation by Christina Kwauk on her research into the current level of ambition on climate education. The presentation will be followed by a compelling dialogue between policymakers and union leaders on how countries can step up to ensure quality climate education for all.

The event will be moderated by Haldis Holst – Deputy General Secretary, Education International. Panelists include:

  • Larry Flanagan – General Secretary of the Educational Institute of Scotland and President of ETUCE, the European Region of Education International
  • David Sengeh – Minister of Basic and Senior Secondary Education, Sierra Leone
  • Shirley-Anne Sommerville – Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills for the Scottish Government
  • Shreya KC – Climate Justice Activist, Campaign Coordinator of Mock COP26, Nepal