The Climate and Nature Summit is a call to action for primary and post-primary schools. The Irish Schools Sustainability Network wanted to hold a summit at a time when world leaders were coming together to accelerate climate action. In this session we will talk about the next UN Climate Change Conference, otherwise known as COP26 and we will outline what happened in the Paris Agreement. You'll understand how the Climate and Nature Summit is organised for primary and secondary schools and you can use this as an opportunity to gain some leadership experience. This is an opportunity to brainstorm with other schools and think about how we can make the most of this week and continue on our journey to positively influence our pupil's, colleagues, and wider community.
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Aoife Denton - Deputy Principal in Ardscoil na Mara Tramore Co. Waterford
Assumpta O'Neill - Director, Waterford Teachers' Centre
Codie Preston - Biology Teacher in Rockbrook Park School
Laura Ní Mháille - Primary Teacher in North Dublin NS
Patrick Kirwan - Post Primary Teacher in Ardscoil na Mara Tramore Co Waterford