The Climate Change, Youth, and Jobs Institute is a part of the W3 research project, that is specifically designed for high school students to engage them in the issues surrounding climate change and work, and to invite them to participate in creating solutions. Students will learn about how climate change affects the world of work, while developing critical thinking skills and they will have the opportunity to dialogue directly with a variety of stakeholders.
On February 4th and 5th, 2012, the W3 held its first Climate Change, Youth, and Jobs Workshop at York University. To see the video of this event please utilize the link provided below.
Steven Tufts: Associate Professor, Department of Geography, York University
Dawn Bazely: Associate Professor, Department of Biology, York University
Matthew Carroll: Environmentalist, Scientist, and Campaign Strategist
Stefanie Hall: Youth Institue Coordinator
Young Green Workers Charter
The students who participated in the W3’s first Climate Change, Youth, & Jobs Workshop have developed a working charter that identifies the steps necessary for achieving greener workplaces. View the Young Green Workers Charter.