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Survey - Climate Change at schools

Discussion in 'Science' started by JohannaVogt, Mar 13, 2012.

  1. Climate change is a current and important issue. The consequences are perceptible in many
    places. Therefore, it is important to properly prepare future generations for the challenges.
    There are many problems that occur during the transmission of knowledge about climate
    change e.g. uncertainty of the situation, various aspects (nature and environment, economy,
    religion, etc.). Many barriers of climate change communication are already recognised. For
    example many people have misconceptions of climate change, which are becoming
    increasingly widespread. Since climate change is an issue, which is integrated into the
    school curriculum, this study in the context of my PhD research will help to evaluate the climate
    change communication in schools and develop proposals for improvement.

    Click here for the survey, which only takes about 3min https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Climate_Change_at_schools.

    Thank you very much for your participation until 30. April 2012,

    Johanna Sophie Vogt
    PhD student at London Metropolitan University and Hamburg University of Applied Sciences
     
  2. Climate change is a current and important issue. The consequences are perceptible in many
    places. Therefore, it is important to properly prepare future generations for the challenges.
    There are many problems that occur during the transmission of knowledge about climate
    change e.g. uncertainty of the situation, various aspects (nature and environment, economy,
    religion, etc.). Many barriers of climate change communication are already recognised. For
    example many people have misconceptions of climate change, which are becoming
    increasingly widespread. Since climate change is an issue, which is integrated into the
    school curriculum, this study in the context of my PhD research will help to evaluate the climate
    change communication in schools and develop proposals for improvement.

    Click here for the survey, which only takes about 3min https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Climate_Change_at_schools.

    Thank you very much for your participation until 30. April 2012,

    Johanna Sophie Vogt
    PhD student at London Metropolitan University and Hamburg University of Applied Sciences
     

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