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The impact of climate change is not restricted to a single country or location. The objective of the TROP ICSU project is to equip students across the world to identify solutions for sustainable and equitable development in the context of climate change.

With this objective in mind, the team aims to introduce the collection of digital teaching resources on the TROP ICSU website to teachers of various disciplines or subjects (Science, Mathematics, Social Sciences, and Humanities) through workshops organized in different countries.

These workshops are being planned and organized with valuable support from our partners and collaborators.

Popsicles in association with TROP ICSU invites you to join a climate change initiative : “Thirty Days of Thrifty Carbon”. Starting from 13th April, the 30 days initiatives invites stories about individual efforts on how

We are happy to announce that we have reached an important milestone in our journey. We have crossed the mark of developing a hundred Lesson Plans in October 2020! We are grateful to our network

Several studies have causally linked climate change to loss of biodiversity, increased human-wildlife conflicts and the emergence of new zoonotic diseases. Modern, increasingly mobile human civilization and high-density populations in large cities are a recipe

To widen our reach and increase the adoption of the TROP ICSU educational resources, some of the resources have been translated into various languages with assistance from our partners. We welcome contributions from our network of

Engagement of the youth in climate action is a key factor in mitigating the global issue with local solutions. With this imperative, TROP ICSU has joined hands with the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology

We are happy to share with you that some of our Lesson Plans are now equipped with Video Tutorials about how to use the Lesson Plans in regular teaching. The video tutorials are useful to not only

The TROP ICSU project has been funded by the International Science  Council (ISC) during the first phase (2017-2019). The accomplishments of TROP ICSU, feedback from various stake-holders and future plans have been featured by ISC

The exciting first phase (2017-2019) of the TROP ICSU project ended with the year 2019.  The accomplishments of TROP ICSU project during this phase and future plans are presented in this report. TROP ICSU Consolidated

A TROP ICSU Lesson Plan Development Workshop was conducted at the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society's next national conference in Fremantle, Western Australia on 14 February 2020. This workshop was convened by our collaborators at

The TROP ICSU project was represented at three sessions on climate education at the UN Climate Change Conference COP 25, held in Madrid from 2 December to 13 December 2019 under the Presidency of the Government of Chile and

The TROP ICSU portal and its resources have received recognition from UNESCO and have been featured in UNESCO’s November 2019 Newsletter on Education for Sustainable Development (in the “From our partners” section).

The article “Integrating Climate Change Education Across the Curriculum” has been published in Resonance, a journal of science education from the Indian Academy of Sciences, in October 2019. This article, describing the TROP ICSU project

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