This guide from UNICEF Canada supports upper secondary school educators to work with young people to take action on climate change. Through thought-provoking activities, students discover how climate change is affecting children around the world
Using some of the latest scientific data and projections, this pack from the British Council provides ideas and resources to deepen pupils’ understanding of climate change and help them to see this complex topic in a global context.
Your school could take an exciting journey to help tackle climate change.
These resources from Oxfam use a film narrated by poet Roger McGough to look at how women in Bolivia, Philippines, Zimbabwe and the UK have been affected by climate change, and how they are responding.
Develop communication skills by making films about climate change.
Make The Link is an online resource developed by the Centre for Science Education of Sheffield Hallam University and Practical Action. It aims to help the next generation make the link between science and global poverty reduction.
Oxfam’s Climate Challenge resources focus on the human impact of climate change: how communities around the world are being affected and how people are responding and adapting to these challenges.
This book, published by New Internationalist, features over 50 thematic world maps which graphically analyse every key indicator and vital statistic of modern life, from wealth and power, war and peace through to rights, health and the environment.
Project Earth Rock is described as “a Key Stage 2 multi-media scheme of work for sustainability”. Its authors have developed 12 clever songs and funny animations (many of them using children’s artwork) to help explore environmental issues.
You can use this DVD resource to encourage students to judge whether or not climate change will impact upon people differently around the world.