Toolkit for Your Next Discussion on the Environment and Climate Change
Posted by Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting on July 30, 2019
How do your students talk about climate change? It’s a large-looming subject, and too often leads to fear and fatigue. How can we find resources that will continue to spark students’ interest and rally them to action? What stories lie beyond the common refrains of environmental journalism?
We’ve compiled ten under-reported stories on the environment and climate change that you might have missed this year. They highlight not only dire consequences and dangerous precipices, but also why people should care and what they can do. Designed to support you in carrying these stories into the classroom, this guide includes essential questions, appropriate grade levels, and related lesson plans for the stories within.
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