COP27 event | Quality climate change education for all: What is it and how do we achieve it?

November 9 | 17:00 to 18:00 EET

published 4 November 2022 updated 9 November 2022

The world needs quality climate education for all. But what defines “quality” when it comes to climate change education? What does it look, sound, and feel like in the classroom and in communities? What impact does it have? And what steps do we have to take to make it a reality?

This event will explore the key components of quality climate change education from the perspective of teachers, students, and policymakers and consider concrete strategies to achieve it.

Moderator: Antonia Wulff | Research, Policy and Advocacy Director, Education International


  • Jennifer Cooper | Brent District Joint Secretary, National Education Union (NEU), UK
  • Peter Wallet | UNESCO Teacher Task Force
  • Saher Rashed Baig | Youth activist, global youth advocate for climate action, human rights and right to a healthy environment

Tune in!

The hybrid event will take place at the UNESCO pavilion at COP27, on Wednesday, November 9th, from 17:00 to 18:00 EET.

To join online, click here to register.

The event will also be livestreamed on this page.