Washington Green Schools offers Climate Change education training

This March, ESD 112 and Washington Green Schools are hosting some educational opportunities for teachers that want to learn more about how to utilize climate change phenomenon in classroom settings. They will explore current research and make connections to local climate change impacts. Both these training have limited openings and provide 6 STEM clock hours and substitute reimbursement for the first 24 registrants. They will explore current research and make connections to local climate change phenomenon

Climate and Human Health: How is our changing climate Impacting Public Health? Is there a way to protect our air and water from pollution? How can we build a more resilient community in the face of environmental degradation?
Friday – March 1st 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
Columbia Bank, 101 E 6th St, Vancouver, WA 98660

Register Here (current registration is on a wait list)

Floods and Droughts: Are floods, droughts, and extreme weather are new normal? How is climate change affecting our local communities? What are the local learning opportunities for students around how climate impacts the?
Thursday, March 28th, 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
McMenamins Kalama Harbor Lodge, 215 N Hendrickson Dr, Kalama, WA 98625


Register Here (less than ten spots left!)

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