Climate change is defined as changes in the earth's weather, including changes in temperature, wind patterns and rainfall, especially the increase in the temperature of the earth's atmosphere that is caused by the increase of particular gases, especially carbon dioxide . Throughout history, students have been the driving force in social change. Now more than ever is the time for students across the country to become global warming activists and join the movement.Participation of educational facilities lies at the heart of addressing these issues so that continued data collection and assessment can be utilized to increase the quality of climate models, and thus, the reliability of their forecasts. Schools can undertake a number of activities to address the issues associated with climate change.
Education is vitally important for several, key reasons. It can deliver the scientific facts about the biggest issue facing young people, something that is being felt by millions worldwide. It equips youth with the skills to help combat climate change, and be part of a green recovering, and positive future.It also encourages young people to be involved as global citizens, and involves and engages them in an issue that’s impacts will be felt most keenly by those now going through the education system.Climate science is difficult to explain and its many inputs make it complex to model. However, a number of curricula should be designed for students in school to develop basic science awareness and increase critical thinking skills, focusing on environmental science and climate change.Incorporating these concepts into lesson plans will prepare students to address global warming issues in their daily lives, and serve as a stepping stone for those wishing to pursue a career in climate research.We have a responsibility to educate, not only bound by international convention, but by moral and ethical duties. Schools must educate young people about the world around them, so that...
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