In this session, we will demonstrate how educators from all disciplines and countries can integrate climate change into their everyday teaching and equip their students with skills to develop innovative local solutions to this global problem.
Category: #1 Climate Accessibility [Education]
This session will describe the ten-year study of the wildlife in a square kilometre of arable land in the green belt south of Cambridge, with a focus on farmland bird indicator species, notably grey partridge, corn bunting and yellow wagtail.
Category: #2 Climate Accessibility [Nature]
During this session, a series of speakers will highlight the crucial links between climate and health and opportunities for joint solutions by showcasing projects currently being designed and implemented by the London Mayor, local authorities and research teams.
Category: #1 Climate Accessibility [communities]; #2 Climate Accessibility [Health; Science; Policy]