Implementing a Sustainability Curriculum in Your Montessori Environment

Afbeelding voor Implementing a Sustainability Curriculum in Your Montessori Environment
Code Red for Humanity, says UN Secretary General António Guterres on the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report. Echoing the scientists’ findings in that report, UN Secretary General António Guterres said: “If we combine forces now, we can avert climate catastrophe. But, as today’s report makes clear, there is no time for delay and no room for excuses.”
8 Sep 19.00 (CEST)

Join us at this webinar where we will share guidance and ideas in addition to examples of Montessori lesson plans for preschool, elementary and middle school students. The aim is that, when you leave, you will have a toolkit for classroom sustainability.

This is the moment for us as Montessorians to support Dr Montessori’s legacy of deep ecology by implementing meaningful actions in our classrooms in response to the climate crisis. These actions will empower our students to contribute to a better future.

The newly established Sustainability Working Group is excited to present this first webinar to all friends and members of Montessori Europe. Moving forward, the work of this group will be available to Montessori Europe members only.  If you have not yet renewed your membership, please click here.

Members of Montessori Europe attending the live webinar can request a certificate of attendance. A recording of this webinar will be available for all Members of Montessori Europe on our website.

The ME Sustainability Working Group raises awareness of the Sustainable Development Goals, works with organisations committed to the SDGs, offers practical ideas to implement the goals in Montessori settings from the toddler and Casa through to the secondary environment, and promotes the call to action generated by the ME Congress 2021.