UW–Madison’s Noah Weeth Feinstein is participating in an international seminar, “Climate Change Education: Reflecting on COP26,” on Monday, Nov. 8.
Feinstein is an associate professor in the School of Education’s Department of Curriculum and Instruction.
The seminar, which is part of a series hosted by the Academic Network for Global Education and Learning (ANGEL) aims to address the ways in which education can respond to the challenge of climate change. It will examine what is currently happening in terms of educational programs in specific countries, and how a sense of hope and positive change could be reflected within the learning that is taking place.
Feinstein will be discussing the relationship between education and climate change adaptation/transformation, as well as reflecting on the status of climate change education in the U.S. more generally.
The seminar will take place at 1 p.m. GMT. Learn more and register at this ANGEL webpage.