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 […]

My Garden of a Thousand Bees

Taking refuge from the coronavirus pandemic, wildlife filmmaker Martin Dohrn set out to record all the bees he could find in his tiny urban garden in Bristol, England, filming them with one-of-a-kind lenses he forged on his kitchen table. See his surprising discoveries in My Garden of a Thousand Bees, premiering nationwide Wednesday, October 20 at […]

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, […]

Ajijaak on Turtle Island

Ajijaak on Turtle Island tells the story of Ajijaak, a young whooping crane. Separated from her family in a Tar Sands fire caused by the monstrous Mishibizhiw, Ajijaak must make her first migration from Wood Buffalo, Canada, down to the Gulf Coast on her own, finding her voice and a family through the interconnectedness of […]

To Dream of Blue Skies – Art For Clean Air

Concerned citizens from around the world sent in photos of blue skies wherever they are in a bid to reclaim #CleanAirForAll and the right to a healthy environment. Artists co2 used the photos to create an art piece titled ‘To Dream of Blue Skies’ to represent their hopes of a future with clean air for […]

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).

The Fight for Environmental Justice: Vallejo

When a cement factory tried to set up shop in South Vallejo—a community already facing staggering rates of asthma and other health effects—they fought back (Source). Organization: California Department of Justice The Attorney General is the state’s top lawyer and law enforcement official, protecting and serving the people and interests of California through a broad […]

Climate Justice and Air Pollution in Illinois

Meet Tonyisha, a young person who is being directly impacted by the effects and injustices of climate change in Chicago, IL. Climate change is causing air pollution and urban island heat effect in Chicago. Tonyisha explains how marginalized communities are being impacted more by climate change and what young people can do to take action […]

Elton John – Smokestack Children

Sir. Elton John released the “Jewel Box”: a deluxe package which includes deep cuts, rarities, B-Sides and other assorted tracks related to his autobiography. However, on streaming platforms, a few of the rarities and B-sides have been omitted and can only be found on the physical purchase of the album. This is track 18 from […]