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A graph showing temperature change in North America since 1901, starting with blue-color stripes on the left which change to red as the timeline becomes more recent.
"Show Your Stripes" image showing temperature change in North America since 1901. Most recent temperatures are on the right. Image credit: Professor Ed Hawkins (University of Reading)
Moderator Endorsed: K-12 EE

Members of the Climate Change eePRO Group met at the NAAEE Annual Conference in October 2022. This blog recaps what was discussed and shares links to resources that were mentioned during the session.


Climate Conversations is a 5-session online program that improves your ability to effectively and authentically engage others in discussing climate change. This program is for conservation professionals, informal learning volunteers, and anyone who cares about nature and is concerned about the impact of climate change.

Date and Time:

Friday, January 6, 2023, 1:00pm

Registration Deadline:

Friday, February 3, 2023, 2:15pm

blue, green, yellow vector illustration of kids with kite running outside, "collaboration, cooperation, creativity", outside for five emblem


September 2, 2022


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The North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) Affiliate Network has launched a pledge campaign called Outside for 5 encouraging teachers and educators across the country to engage in outdoor learning for at least five minutes a day, five days a week, or any meaningful amount of time.

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Moderator Endorsed: Climate Change Education

The Framework for Long-Term, Whole-System, Equity-Based Reflection (FLOWER) is a tool for exploring multisolving, which is when one investment of time or money solves many problems at once. The FLOWER diagram can help explore what co-benefits are created by a solution and how equitably those benefits are shared. This packet of resources includes complete instructions and a slide deck to equip educators and facilitators to run this activity online with students and adult learners.

Resource Category:

Activity, Lesson Plan
person holding "we need a change" sign on city sidewalk

"Sing for the Climate is a big singing manifestation that first took place on September 22 and 23 2012 in Belgium. More than 80.000 people in more than 180 Belgian cities and communities sang the song "Do it Now", urging politicians to take more ambitious climate measures both on local, national and international level. This video is a synthesis of recordings that were made in all locations. The success of 'Sing for the Climate' proves that a mass mobilization around climate change is still possible even after the COP15 in Copenhagen."

Resource Category:

Media, Communications/Social Media, Video