Wonyong Park Lorenzo Miani Olivia Levrini
Schools are an important space young people to learn about disaster risk, but too often teachers miss educational opportunities. Educators need to better understand how to use specific climate disaster examples in the classroom to teach about risk.
Cogs lifted in the air by hands
As the Ministry of Environment, Sustainable Development and Ecological Transition (MINEDDTE) prepares its first national adaptation plan (NAP) document, it launched a digital campaign calling on youth to get involved in adaptation.
National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Global Network
Students around the world can explore a new virtual world to learn heat wave survival skills and cooling solutions through the Minecraft Education platform.
Adrienne Arsht-Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center
The activity was carried out first in the classroom where children were allowed to express their experience living with flood through drawings and artistic expression.
Global Resilience Partnership
This document outlines examples of Save the Children’s experience with child-centred early warning systems, linked to the four pillars of the Early Warning for All initiative.
Child studying at school in the Philippines
Over 26 million enrolled students in the Philippines are confronted with the multifaceted impacts of climate change, including the possibility of El Nino bringing intolerable heat, more powerful typhoons, and limited access to water for basic needs.
Save the Children - Philippines
Children seek cover under their desks
We are excited to announce an opportunity for you to contribute to the International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction 2024 campaign “Empowering the next generation for a disaster-free future” aimed at inspiring and engaging children and youth on DRR.
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
A Vietnamese school girl bikes through the flooded streets in Ho Chi Minh wearing her school uniform.
A recent paper published in Nature Climate Change reviewed studies linking climate change-related events or “climate stressors” to education outcomes.
Conversation Media Group, the
The objective of this research paper is to review existing practices and literature regarding education curricula in disaster risk reduction (DRR) and climate change adaptation (CCA) within higher education (HE) institutions.
This collaborative endeavor aims to facilitate the exchange of challenges, lessons learned, and innovative practices in preparedness, response, and recovery across various stages of the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.

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