The Climate Change Educators Community Hub website is a platform for teachers, profs, and educators of all kinds to exchange knowledge and ideas, share best practices and lesson plans, keep up-to-date on the latest climate change education research, and stay connected with other educators in New Brunswick. This website is a Community of Practice in action!
The Climate Change Educators Community Hub website is administered by the New Brunswick Environmental Network (NBEN), and receives support through the teams and members of the Sustainability Education Alliance (SEA). SEA connects organizations, agencies and individuals throughout New Brunswick who want to work together in moving towards a culture of sustainability education. This website would not be the same without the expertise and support of Dr. Louise Comeau!
A community of practice consists of a group of individuals who share a common interest or concern coming together to exchange ideas through dialogue, enhance subject knowledge, or share information.
Any teacher or educator incorporating place-based learning, nature and environmental education, outdoor classrooms, or any of the multi-faceted causes and impacts of climate change into their curriculum is a climate change educator. In order to overcome climate change, current and future generations need to be equipped with a deep connection to the natural world, a full understanding of the problems, and a complete toolkit of solutions as we work toward a sustainable and equitable future for all!