It’s time to wake up and smell the greenhouse gases | Times Higher Education (THE)

Vice-chancellors must do much more to prepare students to tackle climate change, argues Joy Carter

All universities should be teaching students about the causes, the impact, the history, the solutions, the economics and the politics of climate change.

These might not be lectures or seminars for particular students on particular courses. Sector leaders – myself included – need to be more creative and innovative in how we embed and stimulate teaching, learning, research and inquiry into the subject of climate change across all our disciplines and areas of study.

Source: It’s time to wake up and smell the greenhouse gases | Times Higher Education (THE)

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