Tag Archives: resilience

Perspective: Why Environmental Educators Shouldn’t Give Up Hope

Environmental educator and EarthEd contributing author Jacob Rodenburg shares what motivated him to write the “The Pathway to Stewardship” chapter in EarthEd: Rethinking Education on a Changing Planet. I’m trying hard not to get discouraged. Being an environmental educator in today’s world feels like you are asked to stop a rushing river armed only with a … Continue Reading ››

Careers in Resilience Offer Future-Ready Opportunities for Youth

The Post Carbon Institute's Asher Miller shares a look at how young people could be a driving force for community resilience. This article is excerpted from the latest edition of State of the World which examines how, by rethinking education, people worldwide can better adapt to a rapidly changing planet. In the dark days of May 1934, … Continue Reading ››

Creating a Future-ready Education System: The EarthEd Symposium

Thank you to our local and global audience for joining us for the launch of our latest State of the World report, EarthEd: Rethinking Education on a Changing Planet! We had people tuned in from over 54 countries and 36 states, including watch parties in Thailand,  Texas,  and the District of Columbia. Continue Reading ››

Beyond the Climate Refugee: Migration as Adaptation

Misconceptions about climate-induced migration could lead to inadequate support for affected populations. Between 2008 and 2013, some 140 million people were displaced by weather-related disasters; meanwhile, gradual displacements, such as those caused by droughts or sea-level rise, affected the lives of countless others. These “climate refugees” have become the human face of global warming, their very … Continue Reading ››