Take a positive and solutions-focused approach to climate education
Our vision is to ensure the next generation inherits a greener and healthier planet
Our mission is to empower 2 billion children to take climate action through age-appropriate climate education
over 4000 students across the UK, USA, India and Botswana.
every child has access to the quality climate education they deserve.
90% of a child's brain develops before they turn 5. Starting climate and sustainability education young ensures sustainable behaviour comes as naturally to them as brushing their teeth.
77% of children are more anxious about climate change than anything else. Climate education with a positive solutions focused approach make children feel empowered.
Brookings Institute research shows that if 16% of students receive climate education it can
reduce carbon emissions by 19 gigatons by 2050!
Access a comprehensive climate and sustainability curriculum, reviewed by Harvard and Stanford Universities.
Save time searching for high-quality resources – everything you need is included.
Create and build life-long and sustainable climate habits for your pupils.
Combat the increasing levels of climate anxiety among pupils.
Help pupils believe that their individual actions can make a difference.
Make learning about climate change a positive experience for your pupils.
Each package comes with teacher training and access to our global community
You can implement our curriculum flexibly – either within your timetable or as an after-school club.
For more information on our packages and modules download our PDF . If you want to discuss what the best package for your students would be or how best to implement our curriculum in your timetable do book a call with us here.
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Hear from teachers and students at Ark Burlington Danes Primary Academy on how they’ve successfully embedded our climate education resources into their curriculum