Reaching Out to Teachers Across the World

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.


Launch of the new TROP ICSU Portal: https://climatescienceteaching.org/

On 1 August 2019, an interactive and user-friendly portal for TROP ICSU was officially launched. The new portal is now accessible at https://climatescienceteaching.org. This enhanced version of the digital repository for the TROP ICSU educational

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MoU signed between IUBS and WMO for collaboration on climate change education

Memorandum of Understanding signed between IUBS (as lead partner of the TROP ICSU project) and WMO for collaboration on climate change education   On 1 August 2019, a Memorandum of Understanding for collaboration on climate

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TROP ICSU Workshop at IUBS Centenary Event, Oslo

International Union of Biological Sciences (IUBS) is the Lead Partner of TROP ICSU. IUBS  celebrated its centenary year with special sessions and talks on a number of topics that are main focus of IUBS in the

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TROP ICSU Workshop for teachers at China

TROP ICSU  team conducted a workshop for teachers  in Beijing, China on 16 and 17 July 2019 in partnership with the Beijing Institute of Genomics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. 30 educators participated in this workshop.

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TROP ICSU at the HLPF, UN New York

In a significant development, TROP ICSU  participated at the United Nations High Level Political Forum 2019 (HLPF 2019) on Sustainable Development at the United Nations Headquarters on 11 July 2019 in a three-hour joint session with the International Federation of Social

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TROP ICSU featured by UN CC:Learn

TROP ICSU is now listed on the UN CC:Learn knowledge-sharing platform (The One UN Climate Change Learning Partnership) in different categories. Learning Resources – Learning Platforms Themes – Education Learning Resources – Library All the

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TROP ICSU Workshop for teachers at France

The TROP ICSU team facilitated a teachers workshop in Orsay, France on 28 June 2019 in collaboration with Paris-Sud University (Université Paris-Sud). The workshop was attended by 25 teachers.

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TROP ICSU at the 4th UN STI Forum 2019, New York

Forging a Path to Quality Education and Climate Action TROP ICSU continues to strengthen its alignment with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of Quality Education (SDG 4) and Climate Action (SDG 13). The May-July 2019 quarter is one of

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TROP ICSU Workshops for teachers Australia

The TROP ICSU team conducted three teachers workshop in Australia in May 2019. The first workshop was  conducted on 24th May with Monash University, the second one on 27 May with University of Melbourne and

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TROP ICSU Workshop for teachers at Cairo, Egypt

The TROP ICSU team conducted a teachers workshop in Cairo, Egypt in April 2019. This workshop was conducted in collaboration with our partner Academy of Scientific Research and Technology (ASRT), Egypt.      

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TROP ICSU Workshop for teachers at South Africa

The TROP ICSU team conducted a teachers workshop in Pretoria, South Africa in April 2019. This workshop was conducted in collaboration with our partner International Science Council – Regional Office for Africa (ISC-ROA).    

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TROP ICSU Workshop for teachers at Bhutan, Asia in February 2019

In February, the TROP ICSU team visited Bhutan to facilitate a workshop for teachers and educators. A 2-day workshop for school teachers and university lecturers was conducted in collaboration with the Center for Disaster Risk Reduction and

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