About the Program
The program explores how youth can formulate leadership action within their communities and maintain an active hope strategy to sustain action on climate emergency into the future.
- What is Active Hope as it is relevant for young people?
- How do we use Active Hope to formulate a strategy for youth leadership?
- What examples are there of action adults have taken to address local climate emergency issues?
- What are our first steps in taking action to address an issue we have as a group identified?
3-10 1h sessions
Depends on number of sessions
Term 2 2021
climate emergency, climate change, climate action, climate breakdown, active hope, Elsternwick Reserve
In this session we explore:
- Exploring Active Hope
- Using Active Hope to identify a strategy for action, identifying our first steps.
- Examining a climate emergency issue adults have taken action on – the Elsternwick Reserve – a response by the City of Bayside.
- The importance of habitat in biodiversity corridors.
- Our plans for action – taking those first steps and creating a plan for action.
This incursion is delivered online using Zoom. A teacher and class can join the session from the classroom or remotely from home. A meeting link and instructions will be sent out with the booking confirmation. Minimum group size is 10, maximum group size is 100.