Three people involved in addressing climate change through girls’ and gender-equal education share their insights and policy ideas about how a green learning agenda can help address the climate crisis through education. Christina Kwauk is a nonresident fellow in the Center for Universal Education at Brookings; Lucia Fry is director of research and policy at Malala Fund; and Raju Narzary is a Malala Fund Education Champion and executive director of North East Research and Social Work Networking in India’s Assam State.
- “A new green learning agenda: Approaches to quality education for climate action” (Brookings Center for Universal Education)
- “A greener, fairer future: Why leaders need to invest in climate and girls’ education” (Malala Fund)
- “3 platforms for girls’ education in climate strategies“
- How investing in girls’ education can help fight climate change (podcast)
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