When conversation turns to global climate change, are you comfortable with the basic science? As part of the ACS Climate Science Initiative, the ACS Climate Science Toolkit gathers the fundamentals of the science in one website, with resources to help you better communicate with others about this vital topic.
CLEAN (Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network) has reviewed and put together a collection of educational resources covering a variety of topics, from climate systems to energy use.
The Wisconsin Initiative for Science Literacy at the University of Wisconsin–Madison has published a free climate science workbook intended to provide tools high school and college teachers can use to help their students understand the evidence of global warming and climate change and the human activities that cause them.
Energy Literacy: Essential Principles and Fundamental Concepts for Energy Education is an interdisciplinary approach to teaching and learning about energy. The framework identifies seven essential principles and a set of fundamental concepts to support each principle.
This collection of climate education resources provides access to scientific information on the carbon cycle, changing seasons, climate change impacts, as well as climate monitoring.
The Wisconsin K-12 Energy Education Program (KEEP) was created to promote energy education in Wisconsin schools. With support from Alliant Energy, Madison Gas & Electric, We Energies, Wisconsin Public Service, WPPI Energy, and Xcel Energy, KEEP works to improve and increase energy literacy in Wisconsin's K-12 schools as a means of contributing to statewide energy savings.