1.5 MAX is a three-day off-timetable educational climate workshop for high-school aged students. It is designed to promote a broad understanding of issues around the global Climate and Ecological Emergency (CEE) through analysis, discussion and collaborative working.
Focusing on student-driven research into the some of the problems CEE presents to the environment, to governments and policy-makers, and to the community at large, 1.5 MAX engages students in critical thinking practice to derive creative solutions which can be put into practice in their school, community, area or region.
Table of Contents
- A guide to running 1.5 MAX in your school
- Event Overview
- Event Schedule
- Activity A: Video Stories
- Activity B: Keynote Speakers & Introduction to 1.5 MAX
- Activity C: Getting-to-know-you session
- Activity D: Country Comparisons
- Activity E: Ideas Lab
- Activity F: 1.5 MAX Ideas Lab Review Panel
- Activity G: Schools' Climate Pledges
- Appendix A: Sharing and Coordination
- Appendix B: Technical Terms used in Activity D: Country Comparisons
- Appendix C: Resources for Activity D: Country Comparisons
- Appendix D: Creative Suggestions for Ideas Lab
- Appendix E: What is COP26?
- Appendix F: What is the Paris Agreement?