UK Student Climate Network are running a climate education campaign called Teach the Future.
They have launched a petition asking the government to improve education on climate change and are appealing to people to sign it.
Note that the petition is not on the UK Parliament Petitions website.
Nor does it have the sort of wording that a normal petition would contain. The petition says
I want the Minister/Secretary of State for Education to ensure that all students are substantively taught about the climate emergency and ecological crisis. I want this to become key content in all subject areas, not just geography or science. I want teachers to be trained in how to teach about these difficult topics sensitively and to be given the funding and resources to do this.
I want vocational courses to include the green skills necessary to bring the UK to net-zero emissions by 2050 and make us world leaders in sustainable technologies and I want all education buildings to be retrofitted to net-zero emissions by 2030.
Therefore, I want the minister/secretary to implement a Climate Emergency (and Ecological Crisis) Education Act and include the climate emergency and ecological crisis in teacher training.