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Positive climate changes

Lara Mosunmola Lalemi, PhD student at the University of Bristol and founder of the Creative Tuition Collective, shares with Nature Chemistry some of her projects — from climate chemistry to social justice — to improve our environment in all senses of the term.

Lastly, I am leading a group on the decolonization of the science curriculum — work to actively dismantle the solely Eurocentric narratives that dominate the science education system — with a diverse team of national and international academics, who provide workshops to universities and organizations across the UK. Decolonization is often a misunderstood term and we work to provide academics with a better understanding of what it is while also encouraging the reformation of our STEM curriculum in order to diversify, equalize and broaden what is currently taught in higher education. We have worked at many UK universities, from St Andrews to Exeter.

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L.M.L. is the founder and CEO of Creative Tuition Collective (the not-for-profit organization mentioned in the article).

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Pichon, A. Positive climate changes. Nat. Chem. 14, 117–119 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41557-021-00886-w

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