Chicago Flood Equity Map

This interactive map shows the racial disparities in flooding by Chicago zip code. Click a location on the map to view underlying flood statistics within that zip code. You may also search for an address or zip code to locate a specific place of interest (Source). Creator(s): Center for Neighborhood Technology CNT delivers innovative analysis […]

Climate Lit

Climate Lit is a hub for building young people’s climate literacy with literature, film, and stories in other media. The website offers a literature database, curricula, and a climate glossary all of which are focusing on increasing students’ climate literacy. Organization: Climate Lit Climate Lit was founded in 2021 as a cooperative of educators, scholars, […]

Think Earth Environmental Education Foundation

The Think Earth Environmental Education Foundation provides virtual field trips so students can explore the ocean in their own classroom. Each virtual field trip contains the following: They also provide free K-8 curriculum for those who make a free account. Think Earth instructional units teach students: Think Earth helps develop students’ understanding of how their […]

Wild Lebanon

There are so many ways to inspire young people to care about the environment. It is essential that students are provided with relevant local information, but also that they can EXPERIENCE something of the beauty and fragility of the environment around them. So a call to teachers! Use this website as a resource to teach […]

Magical Houses, Made of Bamboo TED Talk

You’ve never seen buildings like this. The stunning bamboo homes built by Elora Hardy and her team in Bali twist, curve and surprise at every turn. They defy convention because the bamboo itself is so enigmatic. No two poles of bamboo are alike, so every home, bridge and bathroom is exquisitely unique. In this beautiful, […]

EcoRise Freemium Lessons

EcoRise Freemium lessons are stand-alone lessons from each of our five curriculum suites, including Sustainable Intelligence, Design Studio, Business of Social Good, Green Building Lessons for a Sustainable Future, and Biomimicry and Science. Each lesson includes a detailed lesson plan as well as additional resources such as student worksheets, presentations, and assessment checklists and rubrics.We […]

Environmental Justice: What Is It?

Why do so many People of Color in the U.S. live in neighborhoods with polluted air and contaminated water? This video begins to explain the answer to this question using data collected across the United States. Organization: Brut America Brut is a global video content publisher covering politics, technology, social justice, culture, and more (Source).

Air Pollution’s Bad – Music Video

Music video about air pollution written and performed by Ella Tazuana for school (Source). Artist(s): Ella Tazuana Ella Tazuana is a former TEDX speaker for a talk titled “Dismantling my Bias of Incarceration.” She is also an experienced consultant in client-facing & internal roles within IT project management, global defense operations, and private wealth management. […]

More Than 90% of the World’s Children Breathe Toxic Air Every Day

Every day around 93% of the world’s children under the age of 15 years (1.8 billion children) breathe air that is so polluted it puts their health and development at serious risk. Tragically, many of them die: WHO estimates that in 2016, 600,000 children died from acute lower respiratory infections caused by polluted air (Source). […]

Climate and Clean Air Coalition

The Climate and Clean Air Coalition has an action resource library with articles and datasets concerning air pollution in various countries along with the policies that are in place to address the situation. Organization: Climate and Clean Air Coalition The Union is the international federation of civil society organisations concerned with air pollution. Most of […]