Climate Change Education Knowledge Network

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The Climate Change Education Podcast

We are a network of academics from across australia with a passion for climate change education, exploring our climate change education practice through teaching and research. Here from us in this series of podcasts with the CCEN Convenor, Dr. Peta White. Get in touch if you’d like to know more.


Writing about Climate Change Education

CCEN has been writing collaboratively about different aspects of Climate Change Education since the early days of our network. Members of CCEN have also written independently, drawing on their collaborative experiences of researching and practicing as part of CCEN.


Outside the classroom: Education in a time of lockdown

January 11th, 2021|0 Comments

Our work as a collective of Climate Change Education academics in 2020 included developing a number of workshops for a variety of audiences during the COVID-19 related 'lockdowns' experienced in Melbourne. Members of our network [...]

From the Ashes – Engana

September 17th, 2020|0 Comments

The ‘From the Ashes’ call for reflections for the May issue of Eingana prompted a timely response from the Climate Change Education Network. Read the full article above or download a PDF here. Eingana [...]

Workshop and seminar resources

CCEN creates and delivers workshops, seminars and professional learning about Climate Change Education. The resources below were created by CCEN for our past events. You’re welcome to use and adapt them – but please acknowledge us (Climate Change Education Network). Contact us here to let us know how you are using them – we’d love to know!


Support for teaching Climate Change in schools

Climate Change content

There is so much information and content on climate change out there. We’ve found these sites are excellent sources of information about climate change. Let us know how you are using them – and if there are others we should add!

Organisations taking action on Climate Change

Opportunities to take action on Climate Change

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Organisations, services and support for Climate Change Educators

Eastern Alliance for Sustainable Learning (EASL): Alliance between Whitehorse, Maroondah, Manningham, Knox and Yarra Ranges Councils offering services and support in incorporating sustainability into their curriculum, facilities and policies.

Environment Education Victoria (EEV): Peak body for Sustainability and Environment Education in Victoria, across early learning centres, primary schools, secondary schools and universities as well as the broader community, Local Government and the corporate sector.

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