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We participate in a climate summit

Special edition for English classes


Paul Martin - climate summit Montreal

Paul Martin during the climate conference in Montreal - November 2005
Source: Government of Canada

ACCENT online special

June 2006




Report from the Montreal climate summit

Avoiding the consequences of climate change is first of all a political challenge for the nations of our world. Here we describe what is discussed during climate summits and how slow progress is achieved. [ more ]



In expert panels many special words are used. Here we explain a few of them. [more]


To discussclimate change we need to speak about the future. How is the “future tense” is used in the English language? We look at the forms of “will” and “to be going to”. [ more ]


Here we present some links to further information about the political climate change discussion but also further resources about “future tense” as a grammar issue. [ more ]

Information for teachers

This edition has been designed for English classes in all countries in the world. The idea is to give pupils a living impression of what is really going on in the world and to teach grammar at the same time. Here you find downloadable material and recommendations for the application of the magazine in your classroom. [ more ]



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