Take back our land! Webinar for young people


Students in grades 7-8 of elementary schools and high school students are encouraged to participate in a free webinar marking World Earth Day. The event will take place on Thursday April 22 at 12:00 pm. Prepared by the Ministry of Climate and Environment. The webinar will combine elements of a lecture and workshops showcasing good practices for climate protection.

Climate lessons

On Thursday, April 22 of this year. There will be another online meeting on climate protection. It targets students in grades 7-8 of elementary schools and high school students. On the page Climate lessons Lectures and workshops will be published, which can be a starting point for the classroom climate debate. Participation in the webinar is free of charge and does not require registration.

The webinar program has been divided into two blocks:


  • “Earth’s climate system, what is the carbon cycle and how does the greenhouse effect work?” Lecture by Dr. Alexandra Cardash (University of Warsaw);
  • “What can I do for the climate?” Lecture by Dr. Magdalena Budziszewska (UW).

Practical workshops:

  • Cooking workshop with Jagna Niedzielska, focusing on the problem of food waste;
  • The “Clothing” workshop with Katarzyna Wolszczak focused on responsible sustainable fashion issues.

The webinar will be available on the site Until June this year. Thanks to this, everyone will be able to read the material at a time of their choosing.

The Ministry of Climate and Environment is planning to organize more webinars. More information about the event can be found on the website Climate lessons.

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We encourage you to participate.