How does climate change impact education and social justice? | RFTRW: S11E03
8 November 2021
We hear about a number of IOE projects that explore how deeply connected these areas really are and the effect they have on educational outcomes, poverty and gender inequality.
With beginnings in the study of Classics, becoming a teacher, Master’s research in Northern Tanzania at a Massai school, Dr Charlotte Nussey brings a unique set of experiences to each of the research projects she is heavily involved in. Climate change has always played a key part in her research focus on education and intersecting inequalities.
Dr Keri Wong hears about how the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals relate to the environment and education, Dr Nussey’s interdisciplinary and participatory work, not only across UCL but also across borders, and more about the Climate-U project, particularly about the perspectives of project partners based in countries in danger of facing the worst outcomes of the climate crisis.
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- Dr Charlotte Nussey’s research profile
- Centre for Education and International Development
- Department of Education, Practice and Society
- Research for the Real World podcast