Climate Education

"Education is a critical agent in addressing the issue of climate change." - The United Nations

Why Climate Commons?

Public awareness about the threat of climate change is on the rise, but the global need to help people around the world understand, reduce, and prepare for the threats posed by a changing climate is vast - and urgent. 

Many people do not have access to the information and knowledge they need, particularly those in rural areas, international educators and scholars, and members of underrepresented communities. This Hub is designed to be a library of educational resources about climate change and intersectional topics. The key element of these materials is that they are available under a copyright license that allows for free sharing and customization - providing more equitable access to students and heavily impacted communities around the world, as well as unlocking the power of educators to add cultural relevancy and local context - ultimately allowing more people to more deeply interact and collaborate with the material and issues we face.

Voices of Climate

Climate Education Communities of Practice