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Climate Kids is committed to supporting climate education and solutions-based programming in our communities. We are excited to offer tools and resources to support your efforts in protecting our planet and fostering the next generation of environmental stewards.

Check out our educational materials, coloring books, and fun activities that cover numerous climate change topics!

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Climate Kids Connects

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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Climate Kids Student Showcase

Using the power of science, storytelling, and art, Climate Kids from all of our programs have worked hard to help protect the earth and inspire others to do the same. We invite you to check out and share these great projects from Climate Kids students and get inspiration for your own earth-friendly projects!

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Climate Kids Tribal Repository

Climate change impacts Tribal communities in a variety of different ways including drought, water availability, and heat events which affect food security, public health, and natural resources with social, cultural, and biological significance. The Tribal Climate Education Repository is a living collection of resources and materials for Tribal and non-tribal Educators. Additional climate-focused materials, activities, and resources from Tribes throughout the Southwest and beyond can be located here.

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Youth Climate Challenge

The Youth Climate Challenge is an immersive experience that connects students with leading climate scientists, practitioners, artists, and fellow youth. In challenge teams, students are guided and challenged to identify and analyze the climate impacts in their own communities. Together, they investigate climate strategies and solutions and formulate action plans to implement in their sphere of influence.

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