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Different interventions are being introduced and implemented by various governments of the world to mitigate and adapt to global warming causing climate change . While these are posit developments, the aspect of climate change education which includes causes and impact is underexplored and underutilised.. The effect and consequences of climate change phenomenon are taking the back seat in terms of using education as one of the strategic interventions to tackle and combat the abnormal weather events experienced all over the world and in particular, in the developing countries where the manifestations are having adverse impacts on humanity, ecosystems and both movable and immovable properties due mainly to lack of useful education knowledge on mitigation and adaptation to the climatic crisis. Against the backdrop of this inertia of fostering climate change education as one of the potent interventions to tackle and combat climate change, this paper examines the important role of climate change education in tackling and combating climate change.
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