TEACHING THE UN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS AT SCHOOLS

Do you believe the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals should be part of school curriculums?

 

 

In honor of the United Nations’ International #EducationDay, join our panel of experts, as we discuss the potential impact of teaching SDGs in schools, and give educators tangible steps on how to make it happen in their own schools.

Moderated by a renowned conservationist and former Green School Bali parent and ‘Activist in Residence’ on campus, Alexandra Cousteau, panelists include Sal Gordon, Green School Bali’s Head of School; Courtney Kimmel, Vice President at the Captain Planet Foundation; Elizabeth Crawford, HundrED ambasasdor and Associate Professor at University of North Carolina at Wilmington; Kinvara Jardine Paterson, Senior Campaign Manager at The World’s Largest Lesson and Mike Long, Director of Operations Parley for the Oceans.

 
Panel Full Length (55 mins)


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