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AGENDA

JUNE 29

12:45 - 1:10PM
1:15 - 2:30PM
2:40 - 3:40PM
3:45 - 4:15PM
12:30 - 12:45PM

JUNE 30

1:10 - 2:20PM
12:30 -12:45PM
2:40 - 3:35PM
12:45 - 1:05PM
3:40 - 4PM
Conference Welcome
Keynote
Strand 1: Environmental Justice & Climate Change
Strand 2: Climate Change in the Classroom
Day 1 Wrap Up
Day 2 Welcome
Keynote
Strand 3: Climate Science
Strand 4: Individual & Community Level Solutions
Conference Wrap Up
Registered Conference Participants:
Look for emails from the Conference Team with more details about the speakers and sessions. The emails will come from "estc.workshops@gmail.com" but please do not respond to this address.
If you have not received these emails then contact Krysta Hougen at krysta.hougen@noaa.gov with the name and email attached to your registration.
Strand 1: Environmental Justice & Climate Change
Climate change will not impact everyone equally. These sessions will include research, learning activities, resources, and conversations that will help participants delve deeper into environmental justice and learn about some approaches educators and community members are taking to raise awareness and address the unequal impacts of climate change.
Strand 2: Climate Change in the Classroom
What does climate change education programming look like both inside and outside the classroom. The sessions in this strand will demonstrate lesson plans and resources that put climate change in the forefront of students’ minds.
Strand 3: Climate Science
Climate science is at the nexus of many disciplines and systems. This strand will demonstrate the interdisciplinary nature of the field and will explore connections between coastal ecosystems, agriculture, human health, social science and the ways in which this science supports decision making.
Strand 4: Individual & Community Level Solutions 
“What’s my place in slowing global climate change?” In terms of action, students are clamoring to help and oftentimes leading the charge. This strand will explore solutions-oriented frameworks and will provide a sampling of opportunities to engage students with individual and community level climate change solutions. 
 
 
About the Conference
The Mid-Atlantic Climate Change Education Conference is a unique convening of formal and non-formal educators to share and learn about the latest trends in climate change education. Due to COVID-19, the MACCE Conference will be hosted virtually on June 29-30. We anticipate hosting an in-person conference in the summer of 2021. 
Virtual Conference Registration
Registration Fee: $20

Registration includes:
  • Access to the live virtual conference on June 29 and 30;
  • Digital access to the recorded sessions and resources following the conference;
  • An optional certificate of attendance. 

Registration is closed!
 
If you would like to learn when the next conference is announced, please email krysta.hougen@noaa.gov
Questions?
Contact Bart Merrick bart.merrick@noaa.gov.
Organizing Partners
The conference is organized by NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office, Delaware Sea Grant, Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve, and Maryland National Estuarine Research Reserve. 
 
Jun 29, 12:30 PM EDT
Virtual Platform
 

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