Virtual Platforms in Social Networking Sites for Climate Change Education
Due to the aberrant nature of global weather in recent years, climate change has become an important issue in the national and international forums. This paper discusses a way of building intercultural virtual platforms in the social networking sites to coordinate the secondary school students and teachers from diverse corners of the world on a common platform where they can disseminate their voices on climate change issues.
Keywords: Social networking, Climate change education, and Global warming
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