The World Resources Institute produces a variety of data visualizations and infographics on the climate and environment. Their comprehensive library pulls in resources, maps, data, and videos to communicate and urge action on environmental issues.
Wingspan, from Stonemaier Games, 2019, was designed by Elizabeth Hargraves to engage older children and adults in a world-building exercise to attract birds (and their biological powers) to a player's wildlife habitats. Players compete to attract the birds; learning biodiversity and ecology along the way.
Our Planet is a nature documentary series now streaming on Netflix, created in partnership between WWF, Netflix and Silverback Films.
The series is the focus of a global campaign by WWF to build understanding of the importance of biodiversity, and build support for the global changes urgently needed to reverse the decline of wildlife populations and save our planet - and our species.
The website is packed with free high quality videos, educational resources and interactive tools to help you explain biodiversity and sustainability topics in a truly clear and exciting way.
"Encouraging Young Scientists" from the National Science Teachers Association has recently published a wonderful piece describing how to talk about climate change with elementary school and middle school youngsters. Check out the full article here.
OCEARCH is an organization that collects real-time data on tagged marine wildlife such as sharks, turtles, dolphins, and whales. A wide variety of corresponding STEM-based curriculum is available for free for grades K-8.
Talaterra is a podcast for freelance educators working in natural resource fields and environmental education. It features interviews with freelance educators and addresses topics of interest to these educators. This podcast complements the project, The Freelance Condition & Lifelong Learning in Communities which is an investigation into the contributions freelance informal educators make to lifelong learning.
The Green Oasis is an Eco media promotion produced by remembertherainforest.com from the work of the 19thC explorers. This free digital installation says it all. All you need is a wall and a projector. 200 images bombard your senses from the Age of the Collectors, the 19thC rainforest explorers.