Team of the Climate Action Week

We help to ensure that the climate crisis is understood and acted upon. Be part of it.

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Gisa Schütze
Unfortunately, climate change will increasingly affect our lives. In order to slow it down, we need to act now and support children and young people in (further) developing an awareness of this.
Gisa Schütze is a mother of two and a teacher at a support center and is committed to bringing the topic of sustainability more into schools.
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Ilka Friedrich
Years ago, I wished that teachers would get together to develop material for schools on this important topic of the "climate crisis". This wish has now become reality!
Ilka Friedrich is a teacher at a high school.
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Inger Holndonner
Many middle school and high school students show interest in the topic of climate change. As a classroom teacher, however, I have found that most of the material available is not aimed at my students. That is why I am involved in the Climate Action Week, in order to open up access to this complex topic for my students as well.
Inger Holndonner is a mother of three and a teacher who, after three degrees and more than 10 years as a freelance geographer, has found her home at a Bavarian secondary school (subject combination: D/E/GPG/NT/WiB/Ku).
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