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The Toolkit Resources section of the Climate Change, Wildlife and Wildlands Toolkit for Formal and Informal Educators provides a dynamic list of the top resources developed and recommended by the partner agencies. Please check back regularly as this list will continue to grow.


Climate Change Wildlife and Wildlands Teachers Guide

A description of the Toolkit and how it can be used by both formal and informal educators
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Back to Basics

The science of global warming/climate change in a “Frequently Asked Questions” format.
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Glossary of Scientific Terms

Used in the Climate Change Wildlife and Wildlands Toolkit – great for vocabulary development
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Global Warming Wheel Card

A fun tool for teaching about global warming and how to calculate greenhouse gas emissions in everyday human activities
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Climate Change Wildlife & Wildlands

A full 12 minute, high definition, engaging and highly informative video on climate change science and impacts on wildlife and their habitat in U.S., to be used in classrooms as an introduction to the topic or in Visitor Centers and in interpreter talks in informal educational settings.
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Birds Taking Flight

A case study on how climate change threatens birds
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Warming Waters

A case study on how climate change threatens cold water fish
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Climate Check

Allows high school students to estimate their school’s greenhouse gas emissions and conceptualize ways to mitigate their school’s climate impact
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What You Can Do at School Fact Sheet

The top 5 things that Students, educators and school administrators can do to play a key role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions
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Carbon Cycle Activities

A series of activities that help provide a basic understanding of the carbon cycle
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