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Kids Climate Summit 2022:

Make Some Noise!


Looking for events that have a climate bent? Try some of these! 

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Looking to learn more about climate related topics?  Or to engage is some long term climate related activities that you can do on your own? Here are some great places to start:  

The Morton Arboretum has a podcast series called Planted: Finding Your Roots In STEM Careers.  Learn More.

NASA has an excellent intro to climate change available online - Global Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet. It is easy to read and digest. A great place to start an exploration of climate change

The Illinois Environmental Council has a Lunch and Learn program. They have almost 50 hour long lectures on different topics related to climate and the environment, from Electric Vehicles to Bobcats to Toxics in the Environment.  And they add more all the time.

IEC Lunch & Learn

The Climate Reality Project has an action guide:  What Can You Do?  Your Guide to Climate Action in 2020.

The Chicago Botantical Gardens brings us Budburst, which brings researchers, educators, gardeners, and community members together, on a community science project to uncover the stories of plants and animals affected by human impacts on the environment.


The One Earth Film Festival accepts work from kids as young as 9! And they have lots of training courses available for young film-makers that require only a phone as camera!

Young Filmmakers Contest

Interested in learning how to make a film? The YOUNG FILMMAKERS ONLINE ACADEMY is just the place for you! It is a  course aimed at young kids using nothing but smart phones and tablets to created theater quality movies! This self-paced 3 hour course is broken into a series of short videos. The course costs $35 in total.  Learn more! 

Young Filmmakers Online Academy

They also have an archive of previous films you can stream online! 

Search the archives

So many excellent films for kids and families to enjoy!!!

The Peggy Notebaert Museum in Chicago has a Sustainability at Home Wonder Workbook to explore recycling, water conservation, and more with your young scientist.

Download the Sustainability Workbook

The Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washington University has put a website that might be of interested to those looking for actions they can take to make a difference:  Realistic Ways You Can Combat Climate Change, Today. 

Climate-Related Curricula

Interested in teaching about the climate? We have a climate  resource page for educators here

Know of  other climate related activities that might be of interest to kids?

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