The Finnish National Agency for Education strives for the inclusion of climate responsibility in education.
In Finnish schools, children learn to appreciate nature and the climate. They are also taught how to mitigate climate change and adapt to changing environments.
The Finnish National Agency for Education wants to bring different aspects of sustainability to the national core curricula. The aim is for everyone to understand the basics of climate responsibility and how to live with limited natural resources.
Students also learn about different ways to reach a climate-friendly future. These include learning about circular economy and sustainable consumption. Sharing information in schools is one of the key elements in reaching a sustainable tomorrow