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There are over 700 scientifically credible resources in the CLEAN (Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network) collection. Every item in the CLEAN collection is rigorously peer-reviewed by teams of educators and scientists. Resources include...
Earth School by TedEd is a collection of short videos and lessons organized by the following topics:The Nature of Our StuffThe Nature of SocietyThe Nature of NatureThe Nature of ChangeThe Nature of Individual ActionThe Nature of Collective Action
Climatescience.org provides online courses, books for children, powerpoint presentations, and lesson plans! All created and vetted by experts in the field of climate change science.
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Green Calgary has created lesson plans and activities in a variety of subject areas and topics, including waste, recycling, biodiversity, citizen science, energy, stormwater, climate change, and vermicomposting. Activities explore science, math and...
The Alberta Tomorrow simulator allows students to explore Alberta's resources and land in the past, and make predictions for the future. Students then have the opportunity to create and test their own future based on their environmental and...
Alberta Food Matters is a province-wide organization that connects dietitians, teachers and local producers to each other and to information on projects that already exist in Alberta and across Canada. They are linked to Canada-wide organizations...