Earth School

Earth School was just an idea.  A “how could we…” offer to pupils in lock-down to feel the awe of nature, to understand how intertwined we are with the planet and to see how we can each act to live cleaner and greener lives. Now it’s very much alive and we have the first 4 of 30 lessons live...

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Take a Virtual Tour of Washington Park

Missing Washington Park? So are we. But our friends at Explore Washington Park put together this virtual tour. Stay home, save lives, and support the Park’s institutions with a video visit. Like World Forestry Center, Washington Park’s cultural institutions are temporarily closed to help slow the...

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National Geographic

A world to explore for them Facts, information, and family activity inspiration for you!   Resources for Parents Keep your family informed and engaged during the coronavirus shutdowns with parenting articles, study tips, science experiments, homework resources, cute videos, and more. World of...

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Free Junk Jumble Recycling Materials Game

This Materials Sorting Game is designed to help your pupils with sorting types of rubbish into the correctly labelled bins. Pupils drag and drop the objects into the correct recycling bins depending on the material they are made from. A great way for Year 1 and 2 children to explore what materials...

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Bioneers Reader: Intelligence in Nature

This brand new Bioneers Reader features some of the world’s foremost thought leaders,  sharing their research and observations about nature’s intelligence. We’re excited to share a selection of the groundbreaking concepts buzzed about within our community, in a beautifully-designed...

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Nature’s Notebook

Using Nature’s Notebook to Teach Science and Climate Change Observation is a critical skill for scientific investigation. By making and recording regular observations in nature through time we can better understand how species in our ecosystems are responding to seasonal change and to long-term...

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Advancing Environmental Education Practice

Dr. Marianne Krasny from the Cornell Civic Ecology Lab has just published a book called Advancing Environmental Education Practice. It’s not climate specific, but I think it has a lot to offer climate educators. Each chapter focuses on a particular outcome of interest–such as positive...

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Free Climate Literacy Ebooks

Mark Trexler and The Climatographers (who offer a comprehensive climate knowledge management solution and climate narrative building tool) have kindly put together a series of free Ebooks that offer a variety of climate literacy perspectives.  They only scratch the surface of the Climate Web...

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EcoChallenge: Save the Dates!

2020 and a brand new decade. With massive earthquakes, devastating fires, heartbreaking loss of biodiversity and habitats, political warfare and more, how can this new decade begin any other way than with our utmost intention of creating the most positive, collective impact possible? The beauty of...

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Institute for Global Environmental Strategies

New Institute for Global Environmental Solutions (IGES) website now live! IGES is pleased to announce that it completed the renewal of its website. Since global environmental issues have attracted more and more attention, the new design emphasises ease of use and understanding, in order to make it...

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Sustainability Science Education

Arizona State University’s Sustainability Science Education program prepares PreK-12th-grade educators to integrate sustainability & science in the classroom.  Check out their Pinterest account for resources that their team has been working on for several years.  Lots of fun, open...

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ENVIRONMENTAL MIGRANTS AND THE FUTURE OF THE WILLAMETTE VALLEY

This report reviews existing data and research on predicted impacts of climate change in the Northwestern United States, and specifically focuses on the level of preparedness to accommodate new population growth due to climate migration in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Climate change impacts in...

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