We pulled together 7 great resources for teaching kids about climate change in a way that is engaging and impactful.
How does climate change? And what happens to environments and ecosystems when it does? In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina shows us the effects that climate change can have and how one small change in an ecosystem can throw everything off.
Educational video for children to learn what climate change is, what can we do to stop it and take better care of our planet. Over the past centuries, climate everywhere on Earth has changed, owing to human activity. Water shortage, desertification, the disappearance of lakes or even sea level rise are becoming more and more common, as a result of global warming meaning the rise of global temperature. In this video, we recommend six ways to look after our planet better; these include using renewable energies, public transport, reducing the use of plastics, taking care of living beings, recycling and saving energy.
A comprehensive guide by NASA for kids about our changing ocean.
If you’re just one kid, what can you do to help fix global warming? Find out in this all new episode of Global Weirding. Join climate scientist Katherine Heyhoe as she discusses the past, present, and future impacts of kids in the climate fight.
What can kids do to help fix global warming? Find out in this all new episode of Global Weirding where climate scientist Katherine Heyhoe details the role that fossil fuels have played in shaping our world, and why we must start reducing our use of them in order to combat climate change.
If we really want to address climate change, we need to make gender equity a reality, says writer and environmentalist Katharine Wilkinson. As part of Project Drawdown, Wilkinson has helped scour humanity’s wisdom for solutions to draw down heat-trapping, climate-changing emissions: obvious things like renewable energy and sustainable diets and not so obvious ones, like the education and empowerment of women. In this informative, bold talk, she shares three key ways that equity for women and girls can help stop global warming. “Drawing down emissions depends on rising up,” Wilkinson says.
What do you think of when you hear the words “climate change?” Chances are, you might think of sad nature, somewhere far away. But climate change also affects humans, in every corner of the world, including the corner where you live, and where I live. It impacts the people and places we see everyday, and it will impact some of us more than others. This video discusses why climate change harms justice, and what we can do to address it.