Many other organizations and patners are involved in producing environmental information which serve as useful resources for teachers and students. Below are some resources we have found in our search around the web.
Many Strong Voices – turning vulnerability into strength
MSV is an alliance of Indigenous Peoples, Organisations, NGOs, researchers, policymakers, community organisations and others in over 20 Arctic and SIDS (Small Island Developing States) states. Among other activities, it raises awareness about the effects of climate change on vulnerable regions in general and on the Arctic and SIDS in particular
Surviving Climate Change in Small Islands – A guidebook
This book answers these questions: Why be concerned about climate change? Why adaptation to climate change is necessary in small islands? and How this guidebook can help you prepare for climate change.
The Turning Tide: The People, Principles, and Strategies Creating Ecological Balance
The Environmental Innovations, Workshop And Conference October 13-18, 2000 London
C&NN Nature Clubs for Families Tool Kit: Do It Yourself! Do It Now!
The Children & Nature Network (C&NN) has drawn on the best available research, common sense, and parents’ direct experiences to develop this toolkit to inspire you to get your own family and friends outdoors for many happy, healthy adventures together.
Environmental Education: Marine Manual for Coastal Schools
This environmental education manual, produced by BirdLife partner, Nature Kenya, seeks to address the lack of awareness of Kenya’s coastal marine resources