‘Losing Earth’: A Climate Change Curriculum
Posted by Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting on August 6, 2018
Curricular resources to navigate The New York Times Magazine’s special issue on climate change, including a complete study guide and activity ideas for all levels.
In “Losing Earth: The decade we almost stopped climate change,” an authoritative piece that takes up an entire edition of The New York Times Magazine, Nathaniel Rich reveals how the current narratives and arguments around climate change were formed, and why this problem has remained so difficult to solve. Meanwhile, George Steinmetz’s spectacular photography shows what climate change looks like today.
Our hope is that “Losing Earth” and the accompanying curricular materials will enable teachers and students to have bold conversations about climate change, the media’s role in shaping discourse about the issue, and the political willpower needed to enact critical environmental policy.
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