Education: A Lasting Climate Change Solution

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UNICEF incorporates climate change adaptation within its child friendly schooling approach. http://www.unicef.org/cfs/

ALM SPOTLIGHT ON Education 

Quality education is absolutely necessary to achieve sustainable progress on climate change adaptation by creating an empowered and capable citizenship with the knowledge, skills and values needed for local innovation and scale up of adaptation projects. While funding runs out and physical structures disintegrate, education creates a sustainable source of local capacity and local solutions far into the future.

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Announcement:The UNICEF publication, Climate Change and Children, examines the effects of climate ch....

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The UNICEF publication, Climate Change and Children, examines the effects of climate change on children – and examines how climate change has evolved from an ‘environmental’ issue into one that requires collective expertise in sustainable development, energy security, and the health and well-being of children. Young people speak directly through comments and letters collected by UNICEF’s Voices of Youth, child delegates to the 2007 UNEP African Regional Children’s Conference for the Environment and the 2007 World Scout Jamboree, in cooperation with the United Nations Development Programme.

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