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who we are

Climate Kids is a series of community-based collaborative projects that provide youth education on climate change through science activities, storytelling, and art.

Each Climate Kids project brings together local artists, scientists, educators, and storytellers to engage students of all socioeconomic levels and inspire them to become environmental stewards.

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what we do

Through partnerships with climate scientists and qualified educators, we encourage curiosity about the natural world while providing youth the tools necessary to make educated decisions about how to protect our planet in the future.

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storytelling

art

Hands-on activities to demonstrate the process of climate change and its impacts

Engaging students on the topic of climate change in a fun, relatable, and interactive way

Deepening students' understanding of climate change by encouraging creative expression

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Climate Kids

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We created Climate Kids Connects so you can have all the tools and training you need to help protect the earth. Check out the science, art, and storytelling resources for all ages from us at Climate Kids HQ and our partners!

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The Climate Science Alliance Team acknowledges the Indigenous peoples on whose traditional territory we work. We honor the continued presence and resilience of Indigenous communities and nations today, and thank those we work with for your friendship and your good will in our efforts to collaborate.

 

The Climate Science Alliance is fiscally sponsored by the California Wildlife Foundation (Tax ID: 68-0234744).

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