Our climate is changing. So should our higher education - Eva Papanikolaki, University World News

Climate education is any formal or non-formal learning activity designed to develop the competencies required to critically assess and address the causes of the climate crisis and build resilience around its impacts. Climate change is a complex and multifaceted issue. In short, it is a cross-disciplinary issue and it needs a cross-disciplinary approach. In our society, universities have a huge responsibility towards their students since they shape their career paths to a large extent. Every student interested in a career related to fighting the climate crisis should be able to acquire the knowledge they will need in their field of work. Therefore educational institutions should ensure all graduates gain the required competencies and resilience to address the climate emergency in the context of their chosen academic and professional fields, their lifestyles and their civic engagement.

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