Tackling climate change and sustainability in the classroom
Anthropogenic (human-made) climate change is now part of everyone’s lived experience, and this list will help you feel more confident to tackle the issue in the classroom.
Exploring the data and debate around decarbonising energy and energy futures
Insights into the challenges and advantages of global energy decarbonation, recently brought on the main stage by spikes in global gas and electricity prices and the 2021 COP26.
Tiny homes and car-free living
With so many people and organisations waking up to the consequences of overconsumption and unsustainable living, now is the perfect time to explore alternative lifestyles and approaches with our students.
The future of renewable energy
These resources will help you assess the viability of moving away from fossil fuels and adopting large-scale renewable programmes from various angles.
Why are we still using fossil fuels?
The question of why we are still using this energy source does not have a simple answer, but these resources will inspire critical thinking and provide classroom materials.
How is climate change affecting the ocean?
As with many aspects of the ocean, most of our understanding of how climate change affects it does not extend far beneath the surface. These resources will shed light on this fascinating topic from a fresh viewpoint.
What farmers can do to mitigate and adapt to climate change
This reading is useful for GCSE geography students and teachers looking at sustainable food production and tackling climate change and for A-level students studying the carbon cycle.
How a systems approach can help us understand climate change
A collection of perspectives on one of the most debated topics of our time, with case studies on how systems thinking has made a difference in real world contexts.