The intersections of climate, justice, and science learning offer a multitude
of challenges and opportunities. As we look forward to our shared future, there
is a growing understanding for the need to accelerate just climate action in
mitigation of fossil fuel emissions and climate change adaptation efforts.
However, not all of the choices we make will foster justice and not all
decision-making practices on how to act are foundationally equitable in nature.
To ensure our communities, particularly our youth, are equipped and inspired to
engage in just climate action, we need to design learning that crosses historic
boundaries, shifts power dynamics, and engages all involved in transformative
Deb Morrison (Educator and Learning Scientist: Seattle, WA)