The Office for Climate Education (OCE) presents a Teachers Guidebook that aims to support teachers in carrying out various activities on climate change and the ocean and cryosphere in their classrooms, and targets students of ages 9 to 15.
A teaching module to learn about climate refugees, specific examples of climate change-related migration, challenges in resettling climate refugees, and actions to help people displaced by climate change.
Teaching modules to learn about climate change science and climate change literature by analyzing and interpreting data and by performing rhetorical analyses of climate change literature.
Teaching modules to learn about climate justice in the context of the world and in the context of British Columbia (BC).
A visualization and classroom/laboratory activity to learn about regions and communities that are affected by the problem of climate refugees and environmental migration because of the effects of climate change.
A set of reading resources to learn about climate change and the humanities.
An e-learning course to learn about the principles and strategies in the integration of gender in climate-smart agriculture (CSA) projects.
A reading to learn about the effects of climate change on human rights, governmental responsibility in addressing these human rights issues, assessment of actions implemented, and recommendations on integrating human rights considerations with climate adaptation and mitigation actions.
A video (talk delivered by Michael McCormick) to learn about the connection between history, archaeology, and climate by understanding the relationship between climate change and historical change in Medieval Europe and in the Roman Empire.
An audio podcast (Prof. Bathsheba Demuth interviewed by Prof. Dagomar Degroot) to learn about environmental and climate-related changes in the Arctic, the history of capitalism and communism across the Bering Strait, and the unique ecological characteristics and economic ideologies in the Arctic that would be of interest to environmental historians.
A reading to learn about climate change-related human migration and the term “climate refugees” through an example in Bangladesh.
A hands-on e-learning course to create and tell engaging stories based on climate change data by using different approaches.
|Discussion on climate and culture with writers Amitav Ghosh, Lidia Yuknavitch and visual artist Kambui Olujimi. Audio conversation about global warming as viewed from the perspective of writers and artists.|
A collection of climate-related images for effective visual communication of climate-related and climate change-related topics.
A video to learn about the link between volcanic forcing of global climate and the English food crisis of 1258.