Climate Solutions 101—presented by Project Drawdown—is a video series focused solely on climate solutions. Project Drawdown centers game-changing climate action based on its own rigorous scientific research and analysis. This course, presented in video units and in-depth conversations, combines Project Drawdown’s trusted resources with the expertise of several inspiring voices from around the world.
Each spring Long Live the Kings, a Pacific Northwest salmon nonprofit, invites educators and the general public to pick their favorite fish, join a team, and watch an epic 5 day migration in early May. The activities in this toolkit are designed to accompany the migration, which is from May 3-7 in 2021. Start with a quick look at the Curriculum Overview and Journal and use the activities and resources in your lesson plans as needed.
Education doesn’t happen only in the classroom. Enjoy these videos and activities in your home on your schedule. Learn about reducing waste, responding to climate change and protecting natural resources.
Have you heard about N*Gen? It's a science show for kids created by a team of teachers and producers in Uganda, Nigeria and Kenya. N*Gen has been celebrated for its amazingly fun STEM content and for increasing representation of African female scientists. Several of their episodes are available online, including this youth-led section on DIY fossils. Recommend for parents, guardians, and educators teaching virtually.