Climate Change, Children and Youth: Local Connections to Global Issues
This guide (for grades 9 - 12) has been created to support secondary school educators in their efforts to work with youth to take action on climate change. Through the thought-provoking activities, students will have the opportunity to nurture their compassion and discover how climate change is affecting children around the world, especially children in developing countries. The resource provides teachers with the tools to help support your students in their efforts to affect meaningful and lasting change, and inspire them to take action at a local level.
There are seven themes:
- Connecting the Themes
- Food Security
- Natural Disasters
- Natural Environment
Each them includes a number of activites with backgrounders and student handouts. You can either download the complete resource (1.7 MB) or each theme separately.
There are also seven videos that can be used with this resource.
Curriculum links are provided for AB, BC, SK, MB, ON, QB and Atlantic Canada.
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