Climate Knowledge Project

ckpConfused about what you read about climate change? Want to learn how to communicate about it to peers? Looking for a group to discuss your thoughts about climate change?

Through the Climate Knowledge Project – experience a unique form of environmental learning in climate change learning circles where you can engage with peers to learn about climate change in an informal and supportive environment. All members of the campus community, from any background and knowledge level, can participate.

How it works

Facilitated groups of 8-10 people meet for one hour every week for five weeks. Participants will be asked to watch videos and read short articles about climate change that will guide the discussion each week. There is no testing or grading, just open discussion.

We will offer two sections:

  • Wednesdays 5:30-6:30 p.m. at Steenbock Library (First session April 8)
  • Thursdays 12:30-1:30 p.m. at Science Hall (First session April 9)

Register here!

Registration deadline is April 6.

More information

Learn more about the Climate Knowledge Project and see feedback from past participants.

The Climate Knowledge Project is facilitated by the UW–Madison Office of Sustainability. For more information, contact Amulya Vishweshwer.