SOLD OUT: Three Day CLIMATE CHANGE Workshop Aug 13 - 15

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Join us for this exciting three-day professional development workshop for teachers interested in climate change and related issues of sustainability, carbon footprint, and green infrastructure. The event will include an introduction to climate change and sustainability, a screening of Al Gore's An Inconvenient Sequel, and interactive sessions led by experts in sustainability and education. This interdisciplinary event will take place at the Franklin Institute, the Philadelphia Art Musuem, and the Fairmount Water Works for educators in grades 4 - 12.

The event will be hosted by the School District of Philadelphia, National Wildlife Federation, Walton National Sustainability Teachers' Academy, Boyer Sudduth Environmental Consultants, and The Franklin Institute's Climate & Urban Systems Partnership. 

Lunch will be provided. Additionally, The National Wildlife Federation will provide Visa gift cards to School District of Philadelphia teachers attending the three-day workshop.

Stay tuned for more details on this event!

For more information, contact:

Mary Ann Boyer maboyer61@gmail.com

Megan Garner mgarner@philasd.org