What is good climate education? Or learning and knowledge-making practices that help us adapt, grow resilient and collectively reimagine during the climate crisis, which is indelibly fused with the biodiversity crisis and issues of social justice and equality?

On this page we share our enquiry into these questions with you as we (too) build a climate curriculum emplaced in the landscapes/waterscapes, species and people we coexist with. We will be ongoingly sharing our work – ideas, activities, lesson plans here which will be free to download and use by anybody.

From our practice and fairly deep research, we’ve found that good climate education has three crucial pillars to it – direct experience/participation, relevance and interconnectedness. Principles mostly in counter stream to conventional education influenced by capitalism. To know more about Climate Education and actionable ways to implement the same, Click Here