The Climate Convocation 2024

Participation by invitation only.

CSE’s Green Schools Programme (GSP) invites its network teachers who have completed the CSE-GSP online course on climate change to The Climate Convocation: Second Chapter — an exclusive forum for climate educator-leaders who are committed to expanding their knowledge on climate change and transferring it to their students.

At GSP, we firmly believe that promoting environmental education and fostering critical thinking enable individuals to recognise the urgency of climate action and advocate for collective solutions at local, national, and global levels. We are grateful to the educators — climate leaders — who helped us realise this vision with our online course series, specially curated for school teachers.

The second chapter of the Climate Convocation takes the climate agenda further to discuss the new developments in the field and interconnections of climate change with health, sustainable cities, water management, etc. The platform will also provide avenues to share teachinglearning ideas within the community of climate leaders and learn from each other.

Please register using the link below to indicate your interest in attending the Convocation. Note that the final confirmation will be sent to the shortlisted participants based on their registration and task submission (details provided below).

Know more about the Convocation here:
Are there any pre-requisites to attend the Convocation?

Yes. One, it is open only to those teachers who have attended the online CSE-GSP climate change course. Two, after registration, all interested teachers must share a teachinglearning resource idea with the GSP team. This idea could be a hands-on activity, teachinglearning material, content resource created by the teacher, etc. This task is to facilitate knowledge sharing in a structured way among the group.

Where will the Convocation be held?
It will be held at CSE’s state-of-the-art residential training facility, the Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute (AAETI). The facility in Nimli, Rajasthan is a three-hour road trip away from Delhi. The campus is located in the foothills of the Aravallis. Check it out here.

What is the workshop schedule?
The participants will reach AAETI by the afternoon of April 23. There will be day-long sessions and activities on April 24 and till the pre-lunch period on April 25. The participants will disperse after lunch on April 25.

Will the participants have to pay anything?
CSE will bear the travel and accommodation expenses for the shortlisted participants. Buses will transport you from specified locations in Delhi to AAETI and back. The campus offers comfortable twin-sharing accommodation and a fully functional canteen.

For further information, please write to Tushita Rawat from the GSP team at or call 011-4061600, Extn 300



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Teaching Climate Change: Challenges and Opportunities
By Tushita Rawat
Climate Change: What's New
By Avantika Goswami
The Hot Zone: Climate Change and Urban Heat
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Waste and Climate Change: A Crisis in Continuum
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El Nino and La Niña
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Food and Climate Change
By Vineet Kumar
First Food: Eating right in a climate-risked world
By Vibha Varshney
The Climate-Health Connect
By Anumita Roychowdhury
Understanding Extreme Weather through Data
By Rajit Sengupta
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