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This article highlights the role of paper recycling as a climate solution, focusing on the carbon dioxide released by the production of recycled...
The New Periodic Table Song
This video is a song listing the period table of elements in order, with an image for each one depicting something important about...
OCCRI’s Sixth Climate Assessment Outlines Climate Change Effects on Oregon
This summary briefly describes the findings of the Oregon Climate Change Research In...
"Snows of Winter Past (2011)"
This piece of art gives a now-and-future view of how climate change will affect the appearance of a beautiful mountain in Washing...
Youth Climate Summit Toolkit
This toolkit provides teachers and students with all the guidance they need to have their own Youth Climate Summit.
What Is Climate Adaptation?
This animated video explains the concept of climate adaptation and the many ways nature can help us mitigate and adapt to climate c...
Is This the Real Reason Weather is Getting Wilder?
This interesting video discusses what the jet stream is, how climate change affects the jet stream, future p...
Exxon Knew About Climate Change Almost 40 Years Ago
This article from Scientific American explains the extent of Exxon's knowledge about carbon emissions and c...
How to Save Our Frozen Worlds: Clean Energy
This inspirational video and brief article shows that saving the polar regions and other precious ecosystems on Ear...
UK's Old Trees Critical to Climate Change Fight
This short article and brief video describes recent scientific research that revealed the amount of carbon stor...
Could Microbes Eat Your Plastic Trash?
This video and brief article discusses the discovery of plastic-eating microbes and the massive problems that plastics h...
Still Waiting Read Aloud [Spanish]
This digital storybook, read in Spanish, tells the story of a polar bear mother and her cub working to survive in a melting...
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Water Is Life: Living in Reciprocity With Local Waterways (Past, Present, and Future)
In this lesson, students learn about the importance of water to Indigenou...
Water Is Life: Know Your Local Watershed
In this lesson, students learn about watersheds, how human activities impact watersheds, and what communities can do t...
Song Study: Xiuhtezcatl’s “Broken”
In this lesson, students listen to and analyze the song “Broken” by Xiuhtezcatl, then create their own art project to share...
Sustainable Solutions to the Petroleum Agenda
In this lesson, students engage in critical media literacy, investigate the impacts of petroleum extraction, and...
Clean Water and Sanitation
In this lesson, students further their knowledge of redox titrations while examining the pressures that contamination and climate ch...
Sun Up, Sun Down
In this lesson, students learn about the role the sun plays in our daily lives and how solar energy can be used.
¿Qué Valores Necesitamos Para Vivir Bien?
In this lesson, students identify the causes and consequences of climate change, explore the Indigenous cosmovision o...
Coping With Climate Anxiety
In this lesson, students learn about climate anxiety and create a climate anxiety toolkit.
Physical Change: The State of the Ice Caps
In this lesson, students engage in activities and experiments to explore the concept of physical changes, and apply...
The Arctic in Infographics
This lesson introduces students to the impacts of climate change on the Arctic.
Why Does What I Eat Matter? (Climate Change, Food Production, and Food Security #1)
This lesson encourages students to think about their food choices and where...
How Does Food Production Affect the Planet? (Climate Change, Food Production, and Food Security #2)
This lesson teaches students about the different steps in f...
News articles that can be adjusted to your students' grade levels and enrich their climate learning experience.
In Battle Against Microplastics, Teen’s Invention Makes Waves
When she was in middle school, Anna Du enjoyed walking the beaches near her home, collecting colorful shards o...
Solar System’s Brightest to Converge in Planetary Parade
Want to see five planets at once? Scope out the night sky just after sunset on Tuesday.
Violent Storms Spawning Tornadoes Kill 26 in Southeast
A series of violent storms swept across the Southeast over the weekend.
2 Billion People Lack Access to Safe Drinking Water, UN Says
Most people in the US and other developed nations take for granted easy access to clean drinking wat...
Indonesia to Move Capital From Jakarta to Brand New ‘Forest’ City
Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia , is congested, polluted, and sinking into the ocean.
Report: 43,000 May Have Died From Drought in Somalia in 2022
A long drought may have claimed the lives of 43,000 people in Somalia in 2022.
As World Warms, Scientists Warn of ‘Zombie Viruses’
In recent years, the world has witnessed the harm a novel virus like COVID-19 can cause.
UN Climate Report: World is on ‘Thin Ice’
“Everything, everywhere, all at once” — that’s what United Nations (UN) Secretary Gene...
Strawberries, Spinach Top 2023’s “Dirty Dozen” Pesticides-in-Produce List
Before you pop that next blueberry or grape into your mouth, consider how thoroughly it's been washe...
Invasive Species Threatens Black Widow Spiders
For many, black widows represent the creepiest of the creepy-crawlies.
Study Finds 21,000 Pieces of Ocean Plastic for Every Human on Earth
Two million tons of plastic currently cover the world’s oceans.
Massive Wave of Seaweed Headed Toward Florida Coast
Already facing a toxic red algae bloom on its western coast, Florida is closely watching a giga...
Cyclone Freddy Slams into Southern Africa Again, Killing Hundreds
A devastating tropical storm has struck southern Africa for a rare second time.
Biden Administration Allows Controversial Alaska Oil Drilling to Proceed
The Biden administration announced that it has allowed an oil company to drill in Alaska.
Red Tide Rolls in Early, Alarming Gulf Coast
Floridians and Texans are facing an unwelcome sight this month. Many of their white-sand beaches have been pai...
Californians Brace for Mudslides, Avalanches From Heavy Rain, Snow
California is getting ready for more storms.
Buckle Up! Rides in the Sky Might Get Bumpier
If you’ve ever been on a plane and the ride became especially bumpy, you might want to get used to that...
DNA of Chernobyl Dogs Surprises Scientists, Study Shows
In 1986, the world experienced its worst disaster in the generation of nuclear power for&n...
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Teaching Climate Change Essentials
This six-week professional development program is a comprehensive online course supplying teachers with...
Youth Sustainability Education in International Energy and Agriculture Development Projects
In this webinar, Assistant Professor of Sustain...
Community of Practice for Schoolyard Forests
This is an open monthly discussion forum for school districts, county offices of education, an...
Implementing New Jersey's Climate Change Education Initiative
Green Ninja is offering specialized teacher training to prepare all New Jerse...
ABCs of Farm-Based Education
In this three-day workshop, farmers, farm-based educators, and non-formal educators will gather tips for creat...
SubjectToClimate Mentorship Program
This mentorship program is designed to connect New Jersey educators with educators who have experience...
This guide is designed to help middle and high school science teachers incorporate energy topics into their classrooms. Ene...
Climate Change Adaptation
This guide on climate change adaption explores existing and proposed adaptation strategies for a variety of clima...
Fundamental Concepts: Connecting Elementary Science Topics to Climate
The US Global Change Research Program has identified several Climate...
Climate Change and New Jersey
This four-part, self-paced, interactive course provides information about the climate system and climate chan...
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