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Resources

Resources

Posters for spreading the word about hosting a Teach-In. You can download the posters in Portuguese, French, Filipino, Russian, Spanish, English, and Urdu languages. You can also download logos and graphics for Teach-In.

Global Dialogs / Solve Climate By 2030.  Webinars on climate solutions from all over the world in multiple languages. Great for any type of event, these videos highlight professionals from across the world and many fields of practice to help us understand the interdisciplinary nature of the Climate Crisis. 

 

University Model

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Earth Restoration Resources from Biodiversity for a Livable Climate,  video and audio Links:

Project Drawdown: Explore resources for students, professionals, and communities from a leading resource on climate solutions.

Climate Change is a justice issue–these 6 charts show why
Sustainable Development Goals Toolkit for Educators

Guía Pedagoógica 

"A new textbook entitled “Climate Change and a Sustainable Earth published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing, March 2022. The book combines the principles of changing climate with specialized fields of the Water-Energy-Food-Health (WEFH) Nexus to examine how the Earth operates as an integrated system. It can be used at introduction-level courses in high school, undergraduate, and graduate programs, or as a scientific reference book.

 

6-12 School Models

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#MakeClimateAClass: Includes One-Page Guides to #MakeClimateAClass in disciplines from Art to Zoology in English / Spanish /French.

Mission 4.7 Learning Hub a portal for lessons &learning resources to educate for global citizenship and a sustainable future. 

EPA Resources to help educators and students learn about climate change and become more resilient to its impacts.

American Natural History Museum online interactive games and stories.

NPR 8 Ways to Teach Climate Change in Almost Any Classroom.

Youth Voices for the Planet - Civic Engagement and Democracy Curriculum 

Teaching Climate Change Grades 6-12 by Kelley T. Le, how to tackle climate change in your science classroom. 

"A new textbook entitled “Climate Change and a Sustainable Earth” published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing, March 2022. The book combines the principles of changing climate with specialized fields of the Water-Energy-Food-Health (WEFH) Nexus to examine how the Earth operates as an integrated system. It can be used at introduction-level courses in high school, undergraduate, and graduate programs, or as a scientific reference book.

En-ROADS:  Designed to allow anyone the ability to simulate cross sector solutions, you can host an event to engage with the simulator with the following resources.

 

Museums & Art Institutions Model

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Project Drawdown: Explore resources for students, professionals, and communities from a leading resource on climate solutions.

 

Student Model 

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Sunrise Movement - Hosts regional chapters and leads actions on legislation, elections, and local solutions. (US only)

Post Landfill Action Network - Students for Zero Waste college chapters and conferences. 

Powershift Network - Mobilizing young people across the US via yearly conferences with sustainability professionals. 

Fridays for Future - International organizing movement with chapters working on local solutions. 

 

Faith Model

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Yale Forum on Religion and EcologyClimate and faith perspectives from many world religions.

Islamic Society of North America Green Initiatives Resources

Climate Change Song developed by 2022 Social Media Interns: 

Audio Link

CHANGE CLIMATE CHANGE (We Will Rise Up!)
Lyrics by Faith Caubang, Hannah Beraquit, Carlo Perete, Alec Buenaventura
Arranged by Alec Buenaventura

VERSE 1
Is this what it means for us to keep living?
To witness the world slowly dying
Why don’t you open your eyes, open your eyes, open your eyes
Why don't you go heed signs, go heed the signs, go heed the signs

VERSE 2
Temperature's rising, more than we can bear
Fossil fuels burned; shouldn't we care?
Carbon emissions increase, it’s harder to breathe, while Governments retreat
Why don’t you open your eyes, open your mind, heed all the signs?Will we wait for our plants to die?
Will we wait for our waters to dry?
Before we make a stand
and fight hand-in-hand

CHORUS
So Let us rise up, for climate justice now
Let us fight for our right for a brighter today
Let us rise up, nothing can stop us now
Head's up, take a stand, let us lead the way... TO CHANGE CLIMATE CHANGE

VERSE 3
Wake up and realize, there is no Planet B,
So how about we stop, think about our society
Why don't we go start a change, save the world we've estranged, for our future's sake
Let us start it today, no room for delay, you know there's a way

CHORUS
We will rise up, for climate justice now
We will fight for our right for a brighter today
We will rise up, nothing can stop us now
Head's up, take a stand, let us lead the way... TO CHANGE CLIMATE CHANGEBRIDGE
It's time to take our chance, and start a revolution
It's time to build a home for the next generation
Stand for the oppressed, fight for social equity
Hope inside our heart; we will make a legacy

END CHORUS
We will rise up, for climate justice now
We will fight for our right for a brighter today
We will rise up, nothing can stop us now
Head's up, take a stand, let us lead the way...
We will rise up, for climate justice now
We will fight for a better  tomorrow
We will rise up, nothing can break us down
Onward, up in arms, let us be the way... TO CHANGE CLIMATE CHANGE