Climate Kids Connects! *New* Climate Kids Website and Education Resource Portal

Calling all youth, educators, and community members - the Climate Science Alliance is excited to unveil our new Education Resource Portal - Climate Kids Connects! Learn more on today’s blog.



The Climate Science Alliance is excited to unveil our updated Climate Kids Website, which gives a fresh perspective on the Program’s five-year history and impact, its current programs and framework, and features our brand new Education Resource Portal - Climate Kids Connects!


Climate Kids Connects provides online resources that support youth, educators, and the community at large. Videos featuring guided climate science, storytelling, and art activities (in English and Spanish), curriculum and training for teachers, and more can be found on the new website!


With this new wave of digital resources and activities, the Climate Science Alliance is excited to not only connect and support our current partners, but also reach new educators, youth, and community members.


Find inspiration and resources on how to help our planet in the face of a changing climate on the new Climate Kids Website and Climate Kids Connects Portal today!



Thank you to the many partners who contributed their time and expertise to support the development of Climate Kids Connects through the lens of science, art, and storytelling.


Climate Kids Connects is sponsored by San Diego Gas & Electric.


As our world shifts, we understand the need to adapt for an emergent digital community. By enhancing our online outreach efforts we can build capacity and continued support for climate education. Learn more at www.climatekids.org.



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