Lessons from World Languages and Cultures
- Chinese (Mandarin)
Note: Each language page contains the following sections:
- Climate education in the countries of the language
- Climate and culture in the country/countries of the language
- Language practice: vocabulary and translation challenge
- Climate-related Terminology in Indigenous Languages
- Indigenous Languages as a Framework for Responding to Climate Change
- Effects of Colonization and Climate Change on Indigenous Languages
- Indigenous Languages Reflect Different Climatic Frameworks than Dominant Western Languages
- Tang, L. “Against Smallness: How Successful Language Programs Reimagine the Humanities.” MLA Profession. 2019. https://profession.mla.org/against-smallness-how-successful-language-programs-reimagine-the-humanities/?utm_source=mlaoutreach&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=proffall19.
- Audley, S., and D’Souza, A. B. “Creating Third Spaces in K-12 Socio-Environmental Education through Indigenous Languages: A Case Study.” Globalizations, vol. 0, no. 0, Feb. 2022, pp. 1–16. Taylor and Francis+NEJM, https://doi.org/10.1080/14747731.2022.2038833.
- Lessico e Nuvole: le parole del cambiamento climatico (Lexicon and Clouds: The Words of Climate Change) (2019) edited by Gianni Latini, Tommaso Orusa and Marco Bagliani