An interactive climate and culture workshop for teens leading to a Klimagipfel (Climate Summit) December 5
Over the past fifty years, no issue has galvanized civic engagement in Germany (and the rest of the world) more than protecting the environment. From nuclear waste to preserving forests, the voice of the people has led to meaningful progress and worldwide respect for Germany’s position as a leader on environmental issues.
Today that tradition continues, but it is the youth of Germany and other countries who are leading the public conversation on climate change.
The fall workshop is designed for young people, ages 12–16, with basic knowledge of German (A2 / Level 2 or higher). Sessions will be a mix of online (Zoom), in person at GAI, and off-site visits
In addition to the scientific concept of climate change, we will look at how a changing climate affects other aspects of communities, such as the economy, wildlife, and society. The primary objective of the course is to enhance students’ ability to discuss the issues most relevant to them and their peers
Climate Workshop for Teens Program supported by
Saturdays, Sept. 19 to December 5 (Climate Summit)
10:30 AM–12:30 PM I FREE
Click HERE to register
Workshops will fill on a first-come, first-served basis. All fees are due in full at the time of registration, unless other arrangements have been made with Language Services.
As workshops reach capacity, names can be added to a Wait List.
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