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MECCE Monitoring & Evaluation of Climate Change Education


2019 – 2026

Funding Institution

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) (Canadian equivalent of DFG)

Funding Volume

Approximately 5 million Canadian dollars

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Consortium Management

Professor Marcia McKenzie (University of Saskatchewan)

Consortium Partners

Prof. Marcia McKenzie (University of Saskatchewan), Nina Kolleck (University of Potsdam), Aaron Benavot (State University of New York at Albany, Aland D. Reid (Monash University), Alexandria M. Wilson (University of Saskatchewan), Chelsea Willness (University of Saskatchewan), Eureta Rosenberg (Rhodes University), Heila B. Lotz-Sisitka (Rhodes University), Jo-Anne J. Dillabough (University of Cambridge), Maureen G. Reed (University of Saskatchewan), Nicole Ardoin (Stanford University), Oren Pizmony-Levy (Columbia University), Patricia Bromley (Stanford University), Paul D. McNicholas (McMaster University), Radhka Iyengar (Columbia University), Stefan Bengtsson (Uppsala University), Susie S.Y. Ho (Monash Unversity), Yi Hsuan Hsu (Aletheia University)

Project description

Climate change communication and education (CCE) is recognized as a priority in the Paris Agreement and the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Effective CCE is fundamental to overcoming climate denial, increasing climate literacy, and supporting climate action. There is an urgent need for increased quality and quantity of CCE globally, delivered across education, government, civil society, business, media, and communications sectors.

The Monitoring and Evaluating Climate Communication and Education (MECCE) Project responds to this urgency with an ambitious international research agenda that aims to increase the quality and quantity of CCE to advance global climate literacy and action.

The MECCE Project is an international partnership project focused on increasing context-informed understandings of quality climate communication and education (CCE) in policy and practice, as well as providing global data to support country benchmarking, target setting, and progress in quantity of CCE provision. We are a partnership of over 100 scholars and organizations, including an Advisory Committee comprised of the IPCC, UNESCO, UNFCCC, and UNESCO Global Education Monitoring Report.

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Prof. Dr. Nina Kolleck

University Professor of Educational and Socialization Theory

Campus Golm
Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 24-25
14476 Potsdam

0331 977-2176