Events - NASA Langley Research Center
24 May: Webinar for GLOBE Country Coordinators “Environmental Science Diplomacy through Education”
Event Time: 09:00 am ET - 10:00 am ET
GLOBE Country Coordinators: Please, join the 24 May webinar: “Environmental Science Diplomacy through Education.” This webinar will take place at 09:00 a.m. ET/New York, USA (03:00 p.m. Central European Time/Prague; 04:00 p.m. East Africa Time/Nairobi; 10:00 a.m. Argentina Standard time/Buenos Aires), and is presented by Professor Mike Jabot, Larisa Schelkin, Brian Campbell (NASA GLOBE), Dr. Rusty Low, and Peter Falcon (NASA GLOBE JPL).
During the webinar, the following topics will be discussed:
- what environmental science diplomacy is, how it’s becoming an integrated part of the K-12 secondary education around the world;
- how teachers are teaching not only about the UN Sustainable Development Goals, but with the UN Sustainable Development Goals;
- what is the UN GEO-6 for Youth (Global Environmental Outlook for YOUTH – the UN Environmental Interactive Report for YOUTH) and how both SDGs and GEO-6 are integrated with the GLOBE educational activities;
- why GLOBE is one of the global leaders in environmental science diplomacy through education, and the most recent presentation at the UN Institute for Training and Research for Global Diplomacy Fellowship Program in New York; and
- highlights of the GLOBE activities, and meet with Brian Campbell and Peter Falcon meet with Dr. Rusty Low, Fulbright Fellow in Brazil
Participants will leave with helpful resources for the teachers in their regions.
To join the Zoom meeting, visit: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/7775552920?pwd=Wk9KOU8zMG8xOS9QMHhxY3N1dFZ3Zz09
Meeting ID: 777 555 2920
The webinar will be held in English. (GLOBE is currently working on arranging for this webinar to be held in Spanish at a later date; and working on arranging for this webinar to be repeated in other time zones. The webinar will be recorded and the recordings will be available via the GLOBE Event Page link.Event Topics: Webinars
Events origin: GLOBE Implementation Office