Bill Bigelow taught high school social studies in Portland, Oregon for almost 30 years. He is curriculum editor of Rethinking Schools magazine, co-directs the Zinn Education Project, and co-edited A People’s Curriculum for the Earth: Teaching Climate Change and the Environmental Crisis. He is author and co-editor of many books and contributes to Common Dreams. He was part of a collective that introduced a climate justice resolution to the Portland School Board. In this interview he discusses how and why we should include social justice in climate change conversations.
Keywords: climate, Education, social justice
How to Cite:
Bigelow, B. & Dankbar, H., (2016) “Climate Change, Education, and Social Justice: A Conversation with Bill Bigelow”, Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis 5(2).