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Kids Don't Know Enough About Climate Solutions. Children's Media Could Help.

A group of young people protest sit in a road holding cardboard signs about fighting climate change

Should Schools Teach Climate Activism?

The climate change lesson plans teachers need and don’t have

How to inspire climate hope in kids? Get their hands dirty

A group of chidlren under trees with green and yellow leaves and tall grasses in the foreground

How incorporating Indigenous knowledge can deepen outdoor education

Little kids need outdoor play — but not when it’s 110 degrees

Illustration: In foreground a teacher collects water samples with a students at a creek. In background rows of classroom desks.

How kids are making sense of climate change and extreme weather

In a schoolyard, one child points a thermometer at the grass, while another writes on a clipboard, and a third watches. An adult woman kneels and points.

Why schoolyards are a critical space for teaching about — and fighting — extreme heat and climate change

Is AC the new ABC? As the country gets hotter, schools need upgrades