Australian Climate Change Education Summit 2024

Education and action are foundational in addressing the most significant challenge of our times – climate change.

The Australian Climate Change Education Summit and Action Plan brings together multiple communities, including young people, teachers and educators, scientists, researchers, policymakers, and activists, to set the climate change education action agenda for 2024 onwards.

The Summit and Action Plan calls all communities to action. We are working towards collaborative change (top down and bottom up).

CCE Summit Strategy

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The Summit will be held on Friday, 18th October 2024, from 11am to 4pm ADST, as a one-day online event. A Summit Speaker Series unfolds through the year.

An Action Plan will be developed across the year that will enable the delivery of climate change education empowering Australian communities with the understandings and skills to address the crises.

Below is a short audio describing the Climate Change Education Summit and Action Plan.


Ways to get involved

  1. Take our survey to add your thoughts about climate change education to the data for the Action Plan.
  2. Engage in the Speaker Series.
  3. Donate to the project to ensure we get our collective voices heard and generate the educational reform we need across Australia.
  4. Join our online community through social media:

Speaker Series

Starting in March 2024

The first Speaker was Professor Tim Flannery on the 6th March.

Our second speaker was Costa Georgiadis on 27th March.

Come back often to see who else will be included in the series. These keynotes will be recorded and available on this site.


Our cover image comes from “Flooding in southern Australia”, part of the NASA “Images of Change” series, which we encourage you to view. Use the sliders to view before and after images. This satellite image was taken during the flooding of December 2010, by the Enhanced Thematic Mapper Plus sensor on board Landsat 7.

Image source: U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Landsat Missions Gallery, U.S. Department of the Interior / USGS.

Flooding in Southern NSW during December 2010.