Quebec schools should teach its students about climate change, say Concordia faculty and students

Daybreak Montreal

Some students and professors at Concordia University say Quebec schools need to put more emphasis on teaching students about climate change. The group, called the Climate Emergency Committee, sent a letter to high schools, CEGEPS, and school boards in Quebec. They say that given the urgency of the climate crisis, young people need to be prepared with basic facts on climate change. We speak with Claire O'Neill Sanger, a masters student in geography at Concordia University and a part of the Climate Emergency Committee.

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