Our learning needs to reflect the severity of the climate crisis.

We demand reform to the education system.

Teach the Future is an inclusive, well organised and persistent campaign by secondary and tertiary education students to repurpose the UK education system around the climate emergency and ecological crisis.

We call for

1. a review 

2. teacher training 

3. priority for sustainability in school inspections 

4. a new emergency act of parliament 

Find out more about our specific asks in Scotland here and England here.

Teach the Future Scotland

Launched - 06/07/2020

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Teach the Future England

Launched - 12/10/2019

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Teach the Future Northern Ireland

Work in progess

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Teach the Future Wales

Work in progress

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of students  feel that they know a lot about climate change.

of students  want to learn more about  the environment.

of teachers feel they haven’t received adequate training to educate students about climate change.

Why do we need climate education?

The current and future generations of students are going to grow up in a world greatly affected by climate change. We deserve to be taught about this so that we can understand the impacts we will face.

We must be equipped with the skills to live sustainably so that we can limit the progression of climate breakdown as much as possible.

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