Climate Literacy Principles
From the Climate Literacy Network http://climateliteracynow.org/
The Essential Principles of Climate Literacy version 2 was released in March, 2009 with additional input from climate experts and federal agencies participating in the U.S. Climate Change Science Program.
Videos/Audio about climate change issues
The following four videos were created as part of the Stanford Climate Change Education project, by teacher Sarah Newman
Weather or Climate?
Renewable Energy Resources
What can I do?
Green Ninja from San Jose State University http://www.greenninja.info/
From the Daily Show after a large snow storm. We did not think this was appropriate for students but wanted to share it nevertheless with teachers. http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/wed-february-10-2010/unusually-large-snowstorm
Climate Change Lines of Evidence from the National Research Council.
This American Life Broadcast: Hot in my Backyard, May 2013
Readings for the professional development workshops
Jonathan Osborne, et al. 2010.Arguing to Learn in Science: The Role of Collaborative, Critical Discourse, Science 328, 463
Rachel Lotan, 2006. Managing Groupwork in the Heterogeneous Classroom. In
Handbook of Classroom Management, Eds C.M. Evertson and C.S. Weinstein.
Michael D. Mastrandrea and Stephen H. Schneider, 2008. The rising tide,
Time to adapt to climate change. Boston Review, Nov-Dec 2008, Special
Report, p. 7-11.
G. Michael Bowen & Valerie Rodger, 2008. Debating Global Warming in
Media Discussion Forums: Strategies Enacted by "Persistent Deniers" and
Implications for Schooling. Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 13 (1), 89-106
National and International Reports on Climate Change
Climate Change: Evidence and Causes, report by the Nat'l Academy and Royal Society
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) http://www.ipcc.ch/
Global Climate Change Impacts in the United States Report by the US Global Change Research Program
Advancing the Science of Climate Change
California State Climate Change
A Report on How Corporations Have Influenced the U.S. Dialogue on Climate Science and Policy
Climate Misconceptions and Myths
Climate change controversies: a simple guide
Eight misleading arguments and what the science says
A source of arguments against climate change science
What We Know from AAAS
Simulations and Data
Global Carbon Budget
An annual update on global carbon budget and trends
Simulations from Climate Interactive
Climate Interactive creates interactive, easy-to-use, and scientifically rigorous tools that help people understand how to address the complex, interconnected challenges that affect our lives on Earth. We create powerful simulations that generate important insights for partners ranging from the U.S. State Department and the Chinese Government to global NGOs and citizen leaders.
Additional resources for climate change education
The Alliance for Climate Education provides auditorium presentations which are very engaging. http://www.acespace.org/
Changing Climate: Guide for teaching climate change in Grades 3 to 8 from National Geographic
Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network