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SEARCA MGB 2010 1: Integrating Climate Change Issues in Southeast Asian Schools: A Teachers' Guidebook

Integrating Climate Change Issues in Southeast Asian Schools Teacher’s Guidebook is an initiative by SEAMEO to provide teachers with useful initial resources to facilitate the capacity building of young people on the issues. This guidebook, which covers a range of related climate change concerns such as poverty, health and nutrition, and food security, would be particularly helpful to assist teachers to prepare our young generation in experiencing and dealing with the effects of climate change. This guidebook, which is produced through a collaborative effort of experts from eight SEAMEO Regional Centres, namely SEAMEO RECSAM, SEAMEO SPAFA, SEAMEO INNOTECH, SEAMEO SEARCA, SEAMEO SEAMOLEC, SEAMEO BIOTROP, and the SEAMEO TROPMED Centres in Indonesia and the Philippines, will be shared with all the Ministries of Education of SEAMEO and Associate Member Countries.

Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture
Authors Keywords
Didier Pillot; rice, food security; Local Poverty Diagnosis and Planning System; Conflict management; animal health; water ecosystems; nutrition security; energy efficiency; sea temperature; sea level; freshwater resources; climate change, biodiversity; teachers guidebook;
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