Here are some of the resources shared during the Climate change in every classroom session by Susan Ask
Photos are a great tool for getting people to talk about their habits– and to recognize some of the ways that they are already taking climate action!
Use this worksheet to help identify assets in your school or community You can do this on your own, with your students, with your colleagues or with your community. When you have more people in the conversation, you’ll identify more assets.
Impacts (footprints & issues)
Footprint calculator (most useful in the US & Canada)
Footprint calculators (more useful globally)
Local climate issues
There are many solutions that can help reduce climate pollution. Explore some of the big solutions that have a big impact, described and analyzed by Project Drawdown.
Tools & networks for school sustainability
Making a local connection
A few fun activities
More coming soon!