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Children deserve to be educated on climate change. It's therefore paramount that the government includes climate change

Climate change is a significant challenge facing humanity today, and it's imperative to address it in every way possible. One of the most effective ways to tackle this issue is by including climate change education in school curriculums. In recent years, several countries have taken this step, including Finland, France, and Scotland. These countries have witnessed tremendous success in raising awareness about climate change among young people. Therefore, Kenya should also consider including climate change education in its school curriculum. This will help create a generation of environmentally conscious citizens who understand the impact of their actions on the planet. The curriculum could include topics such as renewable energy, carbon emissions, and waste management. Moreover, including climate change education in schools would not only benefit the environment but also provide students with valuable skills and knowledge that can be applied in their daily lives. Students will learn about sustainable living and how to reduce their carbon footprint, thus promoting a greener and cleaner future. In conclusion, it is essential for the Kenyan government to include climate change education in the school curriculum. The benefits of this move would be enormous, ranging from raising awareness among young people to promoting a more sustainable future. By taking this step, Kenya will be joining a growing number of countries that have made climate change education a top priority.

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  • Gorffly mokua

    62 w

    For to mitigate climate change impacts, we must educate!

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    • Daniel Waweru

      62 w

      This is workable, Great idea

      9
      • rosebellendiritu

        62 w

        Great idea I support

        4
        • Sameen Shahid

          62 w

          Weird how the previous and current generation ruined it for the kids and they still have the audacity to debate whether or not they deserve to know what hell their ancestors broke lose ?

          5
          • rosebellendiritu

            62 w

            @sameen_shahid they want to re_trace their steps and change what they did wrong

            4
          • zelda ninga

            62 w

            I love this idea, if kids get to know about climate change, they will grow protecting the environment around them, which is a good thing.

            5
          • Ajema Lydiah

            62 w

            If this would be part of the curriculum, then there would be no problem in dealing with climate change

            13
            • rosebellendiritu

              62 w

              @ajema_lydiah they will grow up with the knowledge of what it is expected of them

              5
              • Ajema Lydiah

                62 w

                @rosebellendiritu indeed

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              • Joseph Githinji

                62 w

                Agreed 100% , I also believe it's workable, considering our current CBC curriculum.

                13
                • Elizabeth Gathigia

                  62 w

                  @joseph_githinji I agree they need to know of what's happening to the world they live in

                  6
                • Manfred Tambo

                  62 w

                  Yeah idea is good on educating

                  5

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