Climate Change Education Resources
A priority of CBEEN’s is to better support educators in delivering accurate, effective, empowering and age-appropriate climate change lessons & programs.
Educators have let us know that in order to do this, they need access to easy-to-use, localized and credible climate change resources and information.
To provide this, here are our top recommenced resources:
Recommended Climate Change Education Resources
The comprehensive climate information and resource for the Columbia Basin Boundary Region. Watch the introductory webinar!
Combines climate science, mapping and storytelling to bring the global issue of climate change closer to home for Canadians.
Funding and support for local and regional community-based projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to climate change impacts such as fire, flood and drought.
Click on ‘Climate Change’ as your theme, and discover 25+ local organizations providing climate change programs and resources including Wildsight, Columbia Outdoor School, Mainstreams, and more!
The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and the BCTF teamed up to create these free classroom-ready materials that help students engage with climate change.
A online database with teaching resources related to climate change and that are relevant to the BC K-12 curriculum.
Geographic drought level information system using multiple embedded maps to provide information on provincial drought levels and historical time-lapse information.
Analyses snow pack, assesses seasonal water supply and flood risk, and predicts flows in British Columbia’s rivers and streams.
The Plan2Adapt tool generates maps, plots, and data describing projected future climate conditions for regions throughout British Columbia.
Free online education programs about climate change that engage and empower students to create positive change.
A comprehensive collection of lesson plans, books, outdoor activities, and videos on climate change
Illustrating connections between environmental issues, individual actions and the understanding of modern environmental policy debates.
This report reveals that Canadians are deeply concerned about climate change, and desire more education about the issue. Schools and curricula are falling short of Canadians’ expectations for learning about climate change.
Lesson plans and infographics to inform and engage people in Canada on energy topics, to support them in making informed choices.
CICSS develops climate change educational resources and programs for both adults and youth, including online courses and guidebooks.
The North American Association for Environmental Education’s climate change education group including virtual conference sessions, blog posts and discussions.