If you teach about climate change or know someone who does, check out CLEAN
(Climate Literacy & Energy Awarness Network). CLEAN has collected (and reviewed)
hundreds of activities. The activities are searchable by grade levels, and
linkages to the Climate Literacy Principles as well as Excellence in
Environmental Education: Guidelines for Learning (K-12): http://cleanet.org/clean/educational_resources/index.html

CLEAN is a great resource. But, I’m particularly happy that they have
crossreferenced the activities to the K-12 Guidelines for Learning. Educators
have a great tool for teaching about climate and energy.


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