Postsecondary institutions update curricula to address climate change: Editorial


Postsecondary institutions across the United States are updating their curricula to address climate change in a way that inspires students to take small actions rather than be overwhelmed by fear writes Katherine Mangan. Mangan discusses how climate change is being woven throughout curricula in a variety of departments across the US, emphasizing the need for all fields of study to touch on the topic. She provides examples of the strategies faculty are using to teach about climate change and how to respond, such as holding faculty brainstorming sessions and offering curriculum redesign tips and resources for faculty.

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