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Resources from the UCAR Center for Science Education

UCAR Center for Science Education Climate resources

Learning Zone: Climate

Explore a variety of short articles to learn how our planet’s climate works and the impacts of climate change.

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UCAR Center for Science Education Climate videos

Climate Videos

Take a look at this collection of videos that highlight climate science topics.

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Additional Resources

Activity Book: Discover Your Changing World With NOAA

Activity Book: Discover Your Changing World With NOAA

This middle school activity book introduces you to The Essential Principles of Climate Science, helps you learn about Earth's climate system, the factors that drive and change it, the impacts of those changes, and what you can do to explore, understand, and protect our Earth.

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Carbon Connections: The Carbon Cycle and the Science of Climate

Carbon Connections: The Carbon Cycle and the Science of Climate

This three-unit, online curriculum for grades 9-12 helps to improve your understanding of the carbon cycle and the science of Earth's climate.

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Carbon Dioxide and the Carbon Cycle

Carbon Dioxide and the Carbon Cycle

This interactive for students in grades 8-13+ shows how carbon dioxide levels influence climate change. Learn about carbon cycle reservoirs, how the amount of carbon dioxide flowing into and out of the atmosphere has changed in the past 300 years due to human activity, and how this correlates to increased average global temperature.

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Climate Challenge Game

Climate Challenge Game

In this online game, the player is the president of the European Nations. The goal is to tackle the issue of climate change and stay popular enough with the voters to remain in office.

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Climate Insights 101

Climate Insights 101

These modules for middle and high school students address the basics of climate science. Some modules take a couple of minutes to complete while others take up to 20 minutes. Each module is followed by an optional quiz.

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Climate Kids: NASA’s Eyes on the Earth

Climate Kids: NASA’s Eyes on the Earth

This is a great resource for children and young students that includes information modules, interactives, and image galleries, as well as activities teachers can use.

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Earth: The Operator’s Manual

Earth: The Operator’s Manual

This series, hosted by glaciologist Richard Alley, includes three one-hour specials about climate change and sustainable energy. The website provides a great set of additional resources.

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Getting the Picture: Our Changing Climate

Getting the Picture: Our Changing Climate

This interdisciplinary educational tool for teaching climate science is especially useful for middle and high school levels. In addition to covering science topics, it incorporates history, economics, geography, art, and social studies.

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Highlights from the U.S. National Climate Assessment

Highlights from the U.S. National Climate Assessment

The National Climate Assessment provides information on the effects of climate change in the United States. Explore the highlights section of the website for an overview.

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