There are so many great resources out there for teachers and parents to help you teach about key environmental issues.  Here are a few of my favourites.


Transform Our World is a quality-rated resource hub to help teachers bring environmental action into the classroom.

This is free curriculum linked resources designed to help your pupils explore environmental issues in an engaging and motivating way from WWF.

Primary school resources on environmental issues from National Geographic.

Let's Go Zero is a national campaign uniting UK schools working to cut their carbon emissions to zero by 2030.

Great resources from the brilliant Meek sisters aka Kids Against Plastic.

This four-minute clip of the longer David Attenborough documentary Climate Change: The Facts is a stark explanation of the climate crisis.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), representing scientists, produced this very useful 2018 handbook for teachers on climate change.

Nasa has some very simple and friendly climate change activities on here

Some good resources on air pollution from Global Action Plan.

Work out your carbon footprint with WWF.

Climate Action Teaching Resources

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