UNESCO Office for Climate Education
UNESCO Office for Climate Education

Founding Year: 2018

Staff: 15

Budget: €718k (2020)

David Wilgenbus (Executive Director)

The Office for Climate Education was established to promote the teaching of climate change education in developing and developed countries. In 2020, it became an official center of UNESCO. This organization works to enhance international cooperation in climate change education. Aims to provide teachers with free and in-depth educational resources through various programs.




UNESCO Office for Climate Education contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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