Earth Day Video Conference Dialogues
About Earth DayEarth Day is an annual celebration that honors the achievements of the environmental movement and raises awareness of the need to protect Earths natural resources for future generations. The first Earth Day was held April 22, 1970. Learn more about it on the Earth Day website.
About Earth Day Dialogues
This Earth Day, we invite young people to participate in a Generation Global video conferences on climate change and share the impacts they have seen in their own communities, as well as the actions they are taking in their surroundings to address this issue.
The 60-minute virtual dialogues will be moderated by Generation Global's trained facilitators during the week of April 17, 2023.
How to participate?
As an educator
If you have not already:
- Register on the Teacher Portal (learn how)
- Create a class for your learners (learn how)
- Send learners a link to register to the Ultimate Dialogue Adventure (UDA) from your account (learn how)
Once you have registered and created a class:
- Book your learners into a video conference for Climate Change you want to participate in (learn how)
- Prepare your learners using activities from our Climate Change resource
- Discuss the agenda questions with your learners prior to the video conference
As a learner
Step 1: If you have not already, sign up on our student gamified platform, Ultimate Dialogue Adventure, here - adventure.generation.global
Step 2: Complete the Climate Change topic and participate in Dialogue Spaces to earn XPs
Step 3: Book and participate into a video conference between 17th - 24th April 2023 (learn how)
Step 4: Complete the reflection popup after the video conference (learn how)
Step 5: Download your certificate for completing the topic from the Ultimate Dialogue Adventure (learn how)
“I learnt about the different ways students have been trying to act on this issue of climate change - the students from Israel were really creative, they shared about how their school incentivised students to recycle, how they had recycling activities, medicine recycling programs and more. The students from India were really creative, they even came up with their own song to sing while recycling. As of far, I haven't taken any action yet, but I sure got a lot of inspiration from other students sharing their ideas.”
- A participant in a climate change video conference
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