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Some estimates suggested that bushfires in Australia killed one billion animals in 2020. Alongside scientific surveys proving the shrinking of ice caps and permanent damage to our planet, the climate emergency is evidently here. Is the international education sector paying attention to the crisis? “I think it’s fair to say that most [educators] haven’t been thinking […]

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