How are climate change and sustainability being taught, practiced and promoted in educational institutions across the country? And how can we make this important, often overwhelming, task a little less onerous?
The latest issue of Our Schools/Our Selves digs into these questions by profiling some of the work of the Sustainability Education Research Institute (SERI) at the University of Saskatchewan, and its flagship program, the Sustainability and Education Policy Network. The perspectives and work highlighted in this issue form an invaluable guide to educators and students keen to address this topic as workers, as unionists, as activists, and as community members.
Preview and order the winter 2017 issue of OS/OS here: Climate Justice in Education.