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Leveraging Girls' Education For a New Green Learning Agenda

The climate crisis does not discriminate, yet it disproportionally affects the most marginalized, vulnerable members of society, particularly girls in developing countries. The challenges of the climate crisis go well beyond reducing greenhouse gases, and require bold new ways to think, do, be, and communicate with others in the world. This presentation focuses on how education is key to strengthening our collective capacity to address and tackle two of humanity's most pressing problems: gender inequality and climate change across borders and cultures.

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The Tyler Visiting Fellowship is made possible by a gift from William H. and Susanne S. Tyler.

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Tuesday March 9, 2021
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
TUE, 03/09/21, 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Pacific Time. Webinar “Leveraging Girls' Education For a New Green Learning Agenda." Presented by Dr. Christina Kwauk, the 2021 William H. and Susanne S. Tyler Visiting Fellow in Residence. Free and open to the public. Zoom webinar details will be provided after you register.
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