Education for Sustainability (EfS)
and Climate Action Campaign
The AAEE Education for Sustainability (EfS) and Climate Action Campaign is mobilising the Australian community to support education and training policy reform, so that we can all participate in the transition to a safe and sustainable presence on our home, the Earth.
Our kids are increasingly worried about climate change.
Educating them about the problems and how to help fix them will put us on the path forward.
The Australian Curriculum includes a focus on Sustainability, which would provide that education but this is not being delivered.
Our kids and everyone else need to be educated so that they can fully understand our urgent climate and environmental problems and know how to get to work to solve them.
Click here to read What kids say about climate change.
The campaign timeline so far:
Watch this space!
AAEE engages with the new Commonwealth Government seeking policy reform supporting education and training to empower our communities to understand the problems and become active in the development of solutions and the transition to a safe and sustainable Australia. Click here to read Letters sent to Ministers
The WA parliament releases a report in support of climate and sustainability education and action in schools.
AAEE calls on all its members to participate in and support the EfS Campaign.
AAEE establishes EfS Campaign sub-committee.
CoP 26 supports the demand for climate and sustainability education and training.
AAEE submission to CoP 26 supports a global demand for education and training programs to help children and adults to understand the climate and environment crises and act to ‘save the planet’.
AAEE petitions Australian governments to support education and training reform in support of education programs for all Australians to empower them to act. EfS campaign is launched at the Climate Action Festival SA.
AAEE submits to the WA Parliament a call to support schools and students to take climate action.
AAEE NE declares a ‘climate emergency’
Stephen Fuller our AAEE SA representative