Curriculum Resources

Educator Resources -  Climate Access provides essential research, news articles, and commentary on climate change communications, behavior change, and public opinion. Graphics visually illustrate climate and energy challenges and solutions. - Climate Interpreter staff funded by the EPA has assembled an excellent variety of videos and articles on energy literacy. The EPA website offers the basics on climate change and opportunities for change. US Fish and Wildlife Services outlines climate change basics and consequences of climate change on wildlife A collaborative of US government agencies provides a series of articles and activities around climate and energy literacy.  Videos include documentation of glacier changes. University of Alaska project funded by the National Science Foundation has posted their research-based Arctic Climate Modeling Program (ACMP) which include K-12 inquiry-based classroom lessons and student network for observing arctic weather. Lawrence Hall of Science and put together a concise set of articles and videos to support climate change courses. National Council for Science and the Environment and partners have assembled materials on climate change including causes, consequences, solutions, and actions. Milken Institute School of Public Health of George Washington University created this resource to show individuals realistic ways to combat climate change today, through new habits and energy-smart investments that fit ones budget and energy level. - Climate Change Education - Lesson plans and curriculum - Will Steger Foundation - K-12 Climate Change Curriculum

Community Action Resources - 350 Bay Area is building a grassroots climate movement, working for deep CO2 emission reductions in the San Francisco Bay Area & beyond. The City of Hayward Hayward’s Climate Action Plan (CAP) was adopted by the City Council on July 28, 2009. The purpose of the CAP is to make Hayward a more environmentally and socially sustainable community. Task for to Keep Hayward Green meets the 4th Thursday of each month 7:00 p.m. at City Hall, Room 2A.

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