UCU’s 2020 wall chart presents a snapshot of climate activism and the solidarity we will need to build across borders to achieve climate justice
How to make your curriculum eco-friendly
Everything you need to teach the climate and ecological emergency
High quality geographical teaching and learning resources from the Royal Geographical Society.
Understanding Nature: Landscapes and Lives – booklet on nature, landscapes and lives (Open University download)
Wall poster about oceans: climate change, plastic, conservation (Open University download)
Open University Climate Change Collection (free online resources, text, audio and video)
From Damon Gameau, the director of That Sugar Film, comes 2040. An aspirational journey to discover what the future could look like if we simply embraced the best that exists today. This is the narrative the next generation needs to see, to aspire to, and to believe is possible.
A comprehensive guide with resources in the contents for declaring a climate emergency at your school, college or other workplace. (TES registration required)
The ‘Changing Climates’ curriculum from ThoughtBox is designed for every school-aged child – Free but registration is required.
From Art to Zoo Management – Responsible Futures A-Z curriculum guide by subject
People and Planet ‘Go Green Week’ action guide
Climate Psychology Alliance – facing difficult truths about climate change and ecological crisis
Perfomances, competitions, exhibitions and more – the Capital City College Group learning week programme
The psychology of climate change
Poster promoting the climate themed learning week
The Free Black University eLibrary
Teachers’ guides for global climate dialogue webinars, Bard Centre for Environmental Policy, New York
Nations United is a special, first of its kind film, created by the United Nations on its 75th Anniversary and to mark five years since the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals. Presented by Thandie Newton.
Film demonstrating how interactive tools are being used by political leaders, policymakers, and members of the public around the world to build shared understanding of climate change and the task before us.