What is it all about?
The event will consist of lectures on different aspects of climate change prepared by reknowned experts in the field. The lectures will be prepared in a way that allows the contents to be understood by secondary school and university students. [More]

Join the African Climate Teach-In Day 2016

The Climate Teach-In Day continues in 2017

Dear users: Thank you for taking part in the 2016 African Climate Teach-In Day, which has now closed. You can still download the presentations. Please read the news, for more information.
Based on the success of this activity, it will be repeated in 2017 under the heading "Climate Teach-In Day 2016".
We look forward to welcoming you to the Climate Teach-In Day 2017!
The International Climate Change Information Programme Team.

The African continent is among the most vulnerable ones in respect of climate change, for various reasons.

The AFRICAN CLIMATE TEACH-IN DAY 2016 wants to foster awareness about climate change in schools and universities in Africa and to engage young people and future professionals in the search for local solutions for a problem with has severe implications to the African continent. Read more...

What the "African Climate Teach-In Day" provides you with:

  1. a set of lectures in English prepared by some of the leading experts on climate change,
  2. a set of videos on the scientific, economic and social aspects of climate change which can be downloaded and a
  3. discussion forum which will be on-line during the period of the initiative.

Register for free today, access up-to-date climate know-how and use it for your lecture or in your classroom!

Category A:
Lectures on the scientific aspects of climate change including modeling, forecasts and data analysis.
Category B:
Lectures on social aspects on climate change, including economics, policy-making and social impacts.
Category C:
Lectures dealing with education, communication and training on climate change.

Video clips
Discussion forum
Climate Change Studies Library
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