Join the Climate Crossover
We need greatly to increase discussion of climate issues. The most promising way to involve students is to meet them where they are: in their classes.
Climate change intersects with every discipline. No one discipline can study it, and every discipline can contribute to understanding and responding to it. We want to grow a community who can help see connections between climate issues, and generate ideas for education and research.
We invite you to include climate in whatever ways best fit your course. Your classes can help connect students to the broader conversation about climate facts, challenges and opportunities.
Please fill out these fields to help us document which courses are engaging climate issues, and keep in touch.
Participating Course Name and Number
When will the course be taught?
In 2 sentences: what is unique about your course that might shape its relation to climate issues?
Would you be willing to share with others what you do in your course?
No, thank you.
I might be persuaded.
We want to meet with Undergraduate Deans across the university to get their support for our initiative. We would like a student, faculty member, and Crossover team member to attend. Would you support such a meeting?
Yes, I'd be willing to join such a meeting.
I might be willing to attend.
I'd sign a letter in support.
Not this time, thanks.
What climate issues (might) connect best to your class(es)?
Ethics and Justice (e.g. law, unequal impacts on classes, races, gender, fairness)
Culture, Policy, and Society (e.g. arts, history, social norms, psychology, identity, activism)
Solutions (e.g. technological, agricultural, behavioral, natural, political, social)
Impacts (e.g. on physical and mental health, environment, infrastructure, food and water, migration, politics, society)
Causes (e.g. climate science, infrastructure, land use, industry, transit, buildings)
Which types of involvement might you want to discuss with us and with other faculty?
Inviting a guest speaker
Hosting a class conversation on climate
Developing a module, project, or unit
Collaborating with other classes
I'm all set, thanks!
Particular climate issues or subjects
Anything else you want to share?
Send me a copy of my responses.
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