350.org is an international movement of ordinary people working to end the age of fossil fuels and build a world of community-led renewable energy for all. This site is a source of up to date international scale climate news, provides local 350 chapter events and activities and has a wide array of resources for education and action work. This includes simplified and engaging science content, art, graphics, visuals and videos and tools for training climate action leaders. Furthermore, this is a great site to find out ways to get involved in local climate action work.
1. Visual climate change content to supplement science lessons and increase student engagement on topics such as climate action, divestment from fossil fuels, and climate equity.
2. Up to date international media reports provide relevant newsworthy stories that can help bring climate change impacts and action to life in the classroom.
3. Map of local chapters shows where and when groups meet or host events across Canada allowing students to get involved in real life action within their community or region.
1. Evaluate renewable and non-renewable energy resources
2. Determine the social, ethical, environmental implications of climate change
3. Discuss broad mitigation strategies