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Women in power: learning through climate emergency declarations in Canada
This thesis is a qualitative inquiry that explores women decision-makers’ learning within the climate emergency declaration movement across Canada. Guided by a critical and feminist methodological approach to social ...
From alpinism to activism: outdoor athletes’ perspectives on ecological and climate learning through their sport
While climate change education has been studied extensively, the process of environmental and climate learning outside of a structured educational context has seen little study. Previous research has shown the efficacy ...
Perspectives on climate change education and actions from environmentally conscious youth in British Columbia
This thesis employs mixed methods consisting of an initial survey followed by a focus group looking into the views of youth aged 16-20 regarding climate change education. The guiding question of this research is: What ...