The University of Oregon is calling for papers. From the site:
If you would like to propose an original essay for this volume, please submit an abstract of approximately 300 words in which you describe the approach to teaching climate change that you would like to cover and an overview of your article. Please also submit a brief (100-200 word) biographical statement and short curriculum vitae. The focus of the proposed essay should be pedagogical. Note that if you plan to quote from student writing in your essay, you must obtain written permission from your students to do so.Please send abstracts and biographical statements to the volume editors by e-mail no later than July 1, 2014; use “Teaching Climate Change” in the subject line and send to both Stephen Siperstein (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Stephanie LeMenager (email@example.com). Also feel free to email with any questions about the volume.
This is a crucial time to be teaching climate change related issues in the humanities, and we want to highlight the diversity and multiplicity of teaching practices happening internationally in our collective fields. We believe that the time is ripe for a volume such as this and hope you will consider joining us.
The call details can be downloaded HERE