Welcome to WUCCP
The Washington University Climate Change Program aims to expand scientific research, education and public understanding of climate change by connecting and informing a global network of institutions, scholars, practitioners, and community members.
WUCCP is proud to announce its newest student resource, the Climate Curricular Guides. These collections of climate-related courses are meant to help students discover new classes that relate climate to various disciplines.
Register for the event here and a link to join the panel discussion will be sent to your email.
Students from any discipline who are interested in international climate policy are encouraged to apply. Application review will begin April 14th and decisions will be made on May 1.
Every college, university and high school faculty member who would like to engage students in discussion about climate change can require viewing of their state webinars—either live or recorded—as homework. Solve Climate has teaching guides here for follow-up discussion, including entry points from every discipline: philosophy, political science, engineering, natural science, art, and economics.
This event will be available live via Zoom.
Register for the Power Dialog and we will email you a link to the livestream two days before the event, as well as a link to a recording following the event.
The Four Focus Areas:
WUCCP Community Outreach increases public awareness of climate issues.
The WUCCP Research focus area works to facilitate climate-related research and foster interdisciplinary connections at the University, while enhancing funding and collaboration opportunities.
The WUCCP Curriculum focus area is dedicated to identifying curricular gaps and assessing the effectiveness of current climate change-related education.
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