Curious Climate schools
Curious Climate schools
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Our cartoon guide answers the most asked questions about climate change and how to take action

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Young people have a lot of questions about climate change, and some great ideas about how to deal with it. Kids lead the way in this cartoon guide to climate change and what we can do about it, written by University of Tasmania climate scientists and climate education researchers and illustrated by Rosie Murrell.

The Guide answers children's most asked questions, including:

  • What is climate change, and how we know about it?
  • How is it affecting people and nature in Tasmania, Australia, and across the world?
  • What are some good ways to cope with uncomfortable feelings about climate change?
  • What kinds of climate action are there, and how can we get involved?
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The Climate Curious? guide is designed for children and students aged 10-15 who want to learn more about what climate change means for them. It introduces key concepts of climate science and sustainability, as well as personal and social resilience. Teachers' notes including curriculum connections and lesson plans to accompany the guide are also available - for more information contact [email protected].
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