top of page

Survey results and Suggestion of Climate Change Education model for Students in Urban Areas of Da Nang

* If this publication is shareable, you can access it by clicking the "Download in English" button. If it is a journal article or book chapter, a link is provided in the text below. 


Vietnam is one of the countries most seriously affected by climate change. Climate change education at schools is of great significance for the prevention and mitigation of climate change impacts. It is also necessary to investigate carefully to identify suitable contents and methods for climate change education for different areas. According to the survey on teachers and students? knowledge and skills carried out in Cam Le district, Da Nang city, 100% of teachers and students consider it necessary to integrate climate change contents in education curricula. At primary level, climate change contents should be integrated into Geography and History, Nature ? Society, and Science; at secondary and high school levels, they should be integrated into Geography, Biology and Civic Education. Integration measures should also be diverse and deal with both regular and extracurricular activities. In addition, integration contents should be flexible, and relevant to each level of education, each subject, and local condition. Keywords: Local Empowerment; Resilience and Climate Change Adaptation


(Tiếng Việt, Español, Français)

Authors: Vo Van Minh, University of Pedagogy Da Nang University; Nguyen Minh Hung, M.A, Chau Phi, M.A, Da Nang DOET

Keywords: Local Empowerment; Resilience and Climate Change Adaptation

Citation: Minh, V., Hung, N., Phi, C. (2013). Survey results and suggestion of Climate change education model for Students in Urban areas of Da Nang. Da Nang, Vietnam: Institute for Social and Environmental Transition-International.

Funded by: The Rockefeller Foundation

bottom of page