IMP>ACT Project Spotlighted by Education for Climate Talks



The coordinator of the project Assistant Professor Jelle Boeve-de Pauw from Utrecht University gave an interview for the Education for Climate platform.

Education for Climate is a dynamic European coalition committed to fostering teaching and learning for the green transition and sustainable development. It serves as a participatory community, facilitating collaboration and innovation in the realm of climate education.

Professor Boeve-de Pauw shared invaluable insights into the IMP>ACT project’s mission and objectives in his interview. With a focus on developing an assessment framework for “action competence,” our initiative aligns seamlessly with Education for Climate’s vision of empowering individuals to contribute meaningfully to environmental sustainability.

As a leading voice in science education, Professor Boeve-de Pauw emphasized the critical role of education in addressing climate challenges. By equipping learners with the skills and knowledge needed to engage proactively with environmental issues, we pave the way for a more sustainable future.

The collaboration between IMP>ACT and Education for Climate underscores our commitment to driving positive change through education. Together, we aspire to cultivate a generation of informed and empowered citizens capable of leading the green transition.

We thank Education for Climate for the opportunity to contribute to their vital mission. 

As we continue our journey, we look forward to further collaboration and collective impact in the realm of climate education.

[Watch the full interview video below to learn more about IMP>ACT’s contributions to climate education.]

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