Free climate action resources and campaign
We’re calling on all educators of 14-18 year olds to ignite your students’ sense of optimism, tap into their imagination and creativity, and inspire them with positive and personal ways of engaging in climate action.
This April, we will be launching our latest campaign and education resources “How Will You Reboot the Future?”, inspiring new conversations on the climate crisis and supporting young people to take action.
What will this look like?
We’re releasing a set of teaching resources to accompany 5 short films and a new book from Jonathon Porritt, the environmental activist and author.
These bite-sized resources are flexible - perfect for classroom or remote learning - and designed to easily slot into tutor times, assemblies or PSHE lessons.
Discussion questions and activities, paired with the book and films, will help you to spark conversations about the role we can all play over the next five years, and inspire and empower your students to do more to tackle the climate crisis.
This will lead into a creative competition launched later in the year for all age groups, as well as our 2021/22 annual wall planner with monthly areas of focus and activities for rebooting the future.
Why get involved?
Last year was tough. But hope is on the horizon and this year gives us all the chance to choose what positive changes we want to see over the next five years.
By asking young people how they will reboot the future, and inspiring them with moving and relatable stories, you can empower your students to reignite their sense of optimism and hope for the future of our planet as we approach the COP-26 climate summit in November.