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Climate Change/Weather

Feeling the Heat, by Susan Ferguson (Ages 10-14; GT108)

Imaginative Ecological Education, by Gillian Judson (All ages; GT108)

Stories in the Data, by Bob Coulter and Skyler Wiseman (Ages 6-14; GT107)

Climate Justice in the Classroom, by Ryan Cho (Ages 10-19; GT107)

Take the Green Challenge, by Naomi Dietzel Hershiser (Ages 6-14; GT107)

Science in Seasonby Naomi Dietzel Hershiser (Ages 6-14; GT104)

Stormwater Stewards, by Steve Braun and Kirk Ordway (Ages 12-19; GT101)

World as ‘Lasting Storm’: Education for Disaster Risk Reductionby David Selby and Fumiyo Kagawa (All Ages; GT100)

Investing Water Pathways in Schoolyardsby Bess Caplan, Kristin L. Gunckel, Andrew Warnock and Aubrey Cano (Ages 14-19, GT98)

Children’s Rights and Climate Changeby Paula Gallo and Barbara Strang (Ages 12-19; GT97)

Hands-on Learning with Biocharby Daryln Wendlandt and Kelpie Wilson (All ages; GT97)

The Environmental Impact of Tar Sandsby Patrick Clark (Ages 12-19; GT97)

Follow the Light Energy from the Sun, by Leah Duran and Katie Frey (Ages 5-12; GT95)

Beyond Disaster Relief , by Sandra Kiviaho (Ages 12-19; GT95)

Unleashing Blessed Unrest As the Heating Happensby David Selby and Fumiyo Kagawa (All Ages; GT94)

Climate Change Summits for Teens, by Janice McDonnell, Laura Bovitz, Carrie Ferraro, Rachel Lyons and David Robinson (Ages 14-19; GT93)

Climantica: A Web 2.0 Education Projectby Francisco Sonra Luna (All Ages; GT93)

Climate Change Treasure Huntby Chris Summerville (Ages 10-14, GT91)

Climate Change Education in Worcestershire Schoolsby Rupert Brakspear (All Ages; GT90)

Rethinking Climate Change Educationby Rosalyn McKeown and Charles Hopkins (All Ages; GT89)

First Person Singular: Documenting Climate Change Through First-Person Narratives, by Lauren G. McClanahan (Ages 14-19; GT88)

Acting Out Energy Forms, by Arianna Alexsandra Grindrod (All Ages; GT87)

Teaching Carbon Regulation in the High School Classroomby Bruce Taterka (Ages 14-19; GT85)

Our Community Geoscapes: Living Sustainabilityby Tom Harding (Ages 12-14; GT84)

Climate Change and Regional Geography, by Talia Epstein (Ages 5-12; GT83)

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