Climate change is a reality that must be addressed from a young age in the search for solutions and new perspectives.
The AAC Climate Action Academy is an international virtual training program that trains teachers and other actors to include this issue in classrooms and educational environments in order to better prepare young people for the future.
Through this program, key players in the education sector acquire tools to convey the urgency and necessity of taking strong action to address today's ecological challenges.
Become an agent of change!
Climate change is a reality that must be addressed from a young age in order to find solutions and new perspectives. The AAC Climate Action Academy is an international virtual training program that trains teachers and other actors to include this issue in classrooms and educational environments to better prepare young people for the future.
Is it possible to include climate action in all areas of knowledge?
Regardless of your field of study, academia prepares you to teach and empower people.
Learn about our methodology
The learning strategy focuses on providing facts, stories and perspectives on the climate crisis, as well as educational tools for innovation, which motivates teachers to take action for a regenerative future. In addition, visual and didactic resources are provided that draw on systems and design thinking, storytelling, creativity and teamwork. The entire process is applied, and participants are coached to design lesson plans, activities and programs that enable them to address emerging educational and environmental challenges. Upon completion, they join an international network of climate change agents and earn a Climate-KIC certificate.
Through the Climate Action Academy, 2811 has increased teachers' knowledge, confidence and trust in teaching and applying climate action in their educational communities. Teachers from primary, secondary and higher education institutions, as well as NGO teams, have been trained to activate student agents of change in Europe, the United States, Latin America and Africa.
45% increase in teachers' mastery of knowledge and methodologies recorded
More than800 teachers certified globally
Participants from more than