CSTA & Climate Change

CSTA & Climate Change

CSTA is a proactive in it's involvement when it comes to the issue of Climate change. This week, CSTA president Jill Grace will be attending the Global Climate Action Summit, Wednesday, September 12, 2018 — Friday, September 14, 2018, representing CSTA. The summit will bring leaders and people together from around the world to celebrate the extraordinary achievements of states, regions, cities, companies, investors and citizens with respect to climate action.

Check out some of the photos from Jill's time at the Summit.

  • Governor's Global Action Climate Summit
    Governor's Global Action Climate Summit
  • Attendees enjoy a presentation at WestEd @ GCAS
    Attendees enjoy a presentation at WestEd @ GCAS
  • Jill Grace, CSTA President and Brad Hoge, National Center for Science Education at GCAS.
    Jill Grace, CSTA President and Brad Hoge, National Center for Science Education at GCAS.

    Brad Hoge will be presenting at the 2018 California Science Education Conference as a focus speaker that is part of the Climate Summit.

  • CSTA President Jill Grace with CSTA Member Juanita Chan in San Francisco for the Governor's Global Action Climate Summit
    CSTA President Jill Grace with CSTA Member Juanita Chan in San Francisco for the Governor's Global Action Climate Summit
  • Diana Dooley, Executive Secretary, Office of Governor Brown presents at GCAS Affiliate Event: Education: Key to Long-term Climate Action Success
    Diana Dooley, Executive Secretary, Office of Governor Brown presents at GCAS Affiliate Event: Education: Key to Long-term Climate Action Success
  • Karen Cowe, CEO of Ten Strands presents at GCAS Affiliate Event: Education: Key to Long-term Climate Action Success
    Karen Cowe, CEO of Ten Strands presents at GCAS Affiliate Event: Education: Key to Long-term Climate Action Success
  • Terry Tammien, CEO of the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, presents at GCAS Affiliate Event: Education: Key to Long-term Climate Action Success
    Terry Tammien, CEO of the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, presents at GCAS Affiliate Event: Education: Key to Long-term Climate Action Success

If you would like to learn more about Climate Science, be sure to attend the California Science Education Conference Climate Summit 2018 on November 29 - December 2, 2018, taking place in Pasadena, CA. The Climate Summit begins with a Pre-Conference Day on Thursday, November 29. The Summit will continue via events embedded into the regular California Science Education Conference schedule. These events include the Opening and Closing Keynote presentations, several focus speakers, one short course highlighting climate literacy and informal science centers, and eight climate-themed short courses featuring grade-specific NGSS-aligned learning sequences that embed California’s Environmental Principles and Concepts.

Click here to learn more about the climate summit as well as all other conference activities such as our various different science related workshops, short courses, field courses, etc.