“We have not inherited the Earth from our fathers, we are borrowing it from our children.”
Educational resources for all levels
Information on global warming, pollution and other impacts on nature and the planet, plus what we can do to combat them.
Educational visits, resources and lifelong learning at the Centre for Alternative Technology.
Free online short courses open to all from Universities around the world.
Eco-Schools is an international award programme providing a framework to help embed the principles of sustainability into the heart of school life.
An international network of secondary school teachers and pupils, represented in 17 countries. Each group involved defines its own investigation project about an environmental issue, with the goal being to communicate relevant information to the public.
Look up how to re-use, recycle or dispose of lots of everyday items on RecycleNow.com.
Information on air, climate, weather, pollution, ozone and sustainability.
Student activities and teaching resources on ecosystems and the environment.
Lots of information and educational resources.
An 11-minute long animated video which describes simply and clearly the process and implications of climate change.
This is an excellent site which combines education and charity. Each time you answer a question correctly they donate 10 grains of rice through the UN Food Programme. The more questions you get right the harder it becomes. Subject areas include English grammar or vocabulary, geography, languages, chemistry, maths and art. More information on FreeRice.
Dr Seuss’s Lorax Project.
Lessons for different educational levels and ages.
An award winning short film for younger children explaining carbon dioxide pollution in a way they will remember!
Calculate your own carbon footprint.
A 5-minute film by the Story of Stuff Project. An oldie but a goodie!