Participants will learn how to engage students with Project WILD's Climate and Wildlife curriculum book. "With wildlife as the focal point to build student interest and relevancy, the activities in this module will help students investigate ecological phenomena relating to a changing climate."
Participants will explore some of the nine activities in Project WET's Climate, Water and Resilience guide. The guide covers . . "weather vs. climate, the greenhouse effect, sea-level rise, ocean acidification, soil moisture and agriculture, freeze-thaw cycles, aquatic invasive species, shared water resources and waterborne disease . . . activities that engage (students) and empower them to combat climate change and build a more resilient future."
Project Learning Tree
Project Learning Tree's Carbon and Climate unit "enables (middle school) teachers to accurately convey data, reveal assumptions, and engage critical thinking skills (as it) introduces students to some of the complex issues involved in climate change."
The (free) Southern Forests and Climate Change unit includes 14 experiential activities "designed for educators to teach high school students about climate change impacts on forest ecosystems, the role of forests in sequestering carbon, and strategies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and adapting to changing climatic conditions."
Planeteer Clubs: Engaging Youth in a Climate-Positive Future
Robin Okunowo, Program Coordinator for Captain Planet Foundation
By all estimates, we have a ten-year window to define the future of the planet. The Planeteer Alliance is approaching these ten years as a sprint, and we are running with young changemakers to accelerate the adoption of known solutions to climate change to create a climate-friendly future for all. The Planeteer Alliance is a global community of passionate young people transforming their impatience for change into action for the climate and planet. This free program of the Captain Planet Foundation provides young people with the community, training, resources, and support to implement climate action campaigns in their communities.
What are the most effective ways to mitigate or forestall climate change impacts? Participants will learn how to engage their students with the Climate Solutions board game, which explores the relative impacts of 100 climate change solutions. All Summit participants will receive the Board game and Educator Guide to take back to their school or nature center.
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