Climate change is the most critical issue of the moment, and has been described by our prime minister as her generation's "nuclear-free moment". Its impacts, regardless of your views on it, are only going to get greater.
Yet it is not part of our school curriculum.
Some experts say that has to change. It is such an existential threat that not to make it a requirement to teach children about climate change is doing them a great disservice, they say.
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70.4% Yes, of course it should!70.4% Complete
15.6% No, absolutely not.15.6% Complete
14% I'm not bothered either way.14% Complete
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