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Coding for Climate: Fostering Global Student Collaboration for Environmental Action

Coding for Climate: Fostering Global Student Collaboration for Environmental Action

I’m Daniel, a teacher from the Philippines. In 2018, I started the borderless classroom program in my classes, which connected classrooms globally. Surprisingly, this initiative led to a transformative collaboration to empower our students and ignite their passion for environmental action.

TAG Press Release Stevens 2024 Grantee Announcement

TAG Press Release Stevens 2024 Grantee Announcement

Take Action Global Receives Grant to Connect Young People Across Regions Through Virtual Exchange
A grant from the J. Christopher Stevens Virtual Exchange Initiative will enable Taking Climate Action Together to prepare young people in the United States, Middle East, and North Africa for the future through a unique global learning experience.

Art as Activism

Art as Activism

Art as Activism creates a space for young people to approach environmental topics through perspective and diverse frames of reference. As we allow space for interpretation and reflection, we invite opportunity for students to explore ideas and test out new ways of putting things together to find connections and ultimately solutions

Climate Action School Spotlight: Romania

Climate Action School Spotlight: Romania

The Green Week is organized in all schools in Romania, and it’s full of activities related to ecology and environment preservation. Each school has its own chosen week when these activities will take place.

ChangeNOW: The Power of Climate Action Education

ChangeNOW: The Power of Climate Action Education

The ChangeNOW Summit in Paris is the largest event of solutions for the planet. Koen Timmers, Co-founder of TAG, was asked to do the keynote for the climate education slot at the Eiffel Stage. Here, he shares his reflections.

Mark Rober x TAG

Climate Catalysts: Reflections on NSTA Conference 2024

Let’s start with the absolute highlight of my conference experience: Mark Rober. If you haven’t heard of him, you’re missing out! Mark’s Keynote was nothing short of amazing. We laughed, we cried, and most importantly, we learned. The line to see him resembled something you’d find at Disney World, but let me tell you, it was worth every minute of the wait.

Supporting Environmental Literacy in English Language Classrooms Worldwide

Supporting Environmental Literacy in English Language Classrooms Worldwide

CLEARWATER, FL | March 15, 2024 – This winter, 40 English as a Foreign Language (EFL) teachers from 28 countries met virtually with the shared purpose of making climate education accessible to all students.

Supporting Climate Action Education for New Teachers in Indonesia

Supporting Climate Action Education for New Teachers in Indonesia

CLEARWATER, FL | March 4, 2024 – This winter, 41 leading educators from across Indonesian universities are meeting virtually with the shared purpose of making climate education more accessible to their students preparing to be classroom teachers.