Please contribute by adding a link to a resource or lesson plan that you have found useful in teaching about Climate Change. Your name will be displayed with any contributions but NOT your email address. Please give a description of the resource and any useful information or ideas about how to use it in teaching about Climate Change. Tick as many of the relevant categories to aid others in searching for resources. If you think there should be an additional category please say so in your description and we will look at adding the new category.

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– include a one sentence summary of what the resource is
– give examples of how it can be used in a lesson e.g. “great starter activity – 3 mins, good for factual intro to the subject” or “can use as a plenary, 5 mins, prompts debate/discussion”, etc
– if it’s a video a brief summary of content and how long it is
– please use the categories to state what Key Stage(s) it’s suitable for and what topics it covers

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