The resources below are designed to help you educate, inspire, and organize your students to take action to protect species both locally and globally.
Climate Education Week occurs annually the week leading up to Earth Day. This year it will run Monday, April 15th to Earth Day, Monday, April 22nd. This Toolkit is a web-based, cross-disciplinary resource that includes a range of lesson plans and educational activities focused on the issue of Biodiversity. Teachers can utilize any or all activities from this Toolkit during Climate Education Week or anytime during the academic year!
Earth Day Network’s higher education campaign, MobilizeU, is an international movement of concerned and active students and administrators uniting around their common interest of environmental action in support of a sustainable future for all. Our MobilizeU program helps students, faculty, and staff coordinate environmental events and initiatives campus-wide and provide a framework for implementing successful Teach-In events. Teach-Ins, a method used at the first Earth Day in 1970, are a series of lectures and discussions on a subject of public interest and are designed to ignite action!