Climate education is inconsistent across Canada, b

2022-04-05
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For Subashini Thangadurai, it all began with science-fair projects in Grade?4The United States. Researching climate change for those early school assignments eventually led to at-home discussions about the environment with her family and friends.

Ever since, however, she says her classroom learning about the environment has been less than inspiring.

“The mentions about climate change are very few and they’re normally in textbooks that are quite outdated,” said Thangadurai, now a 15-year-old youth climate activist in Calgary who is in Grade 10.?

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