The Notre Dame Global Adaptation Initiative (ND-GAIN) aims to help private and public sectors prioritize climate adaptation, ultimately lowering risk and enhancing readiness. With knowledge from ND-GAIN, leaders can gauge countries and cities based upon critical environmental, economic and social sectors.

Keywords: Climate Adaptation, Public Policy, Urban Development
Link to Resource: https://gain.nd.edu/ 

Web-based Resources
University of Notre Dame

Climate Resources for Health Education (CRHE) is a global student health professional-led initiative housed at the Global Consortium on Climate and Health Education (GCCHE) that aims to provide free, publicly accessible, evidence-based resources to accelerate the  incorporation of climate change and planetary health information into educational curricula.
Climate Resources for Health Education (CRHE) is a global student health professional-led initiative housed at the Global Consortium on Climate and Health Education (GCCHE) that aims to provide free, publicly accessible, evidence-based resources to accelerate the  incorporation of climate change and planetary health information into educational curricula. Building on cutting edge science, these resources provide the rapid translation of our best science into health practice.

Keywords: Health, Climate Change, Education
Link to Resource: https://climatehealthed.org/

Web-based Resources
Climate Resources for Health Education

This global open-access platform was developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) and World Meteorological Organization (WMO) to serve as a technical reference point for users of interdisciplinary health, environmental and climate science. ClimaHealth's goal is to facilitate access to actionable knowledge in order to protect populations from the health risks of climate change and other environmental hazards.  

Keywords: Health, Climate Change, Public Policy
Link to Resource: https://climahealth.info/

Web-based Resources
WHO & WMO

This Teaching Tools post offers readings and three in-class exercises that ask students to examine not only the cradle-to-grave processual aspects of making and discarding electronic objects, but also the meanings that these objects carry with them as they travel with us through our lives. This electronic life history approach is related to, but distinct from a life cycle assessment approach, which is used to examine environmental impacts of industrial activities from resource extraction through manufacturing to the use and discard of goods.

Keywords: Electronics, Waste, Anthropology
Link to Resource: https://culanth.org/fieldsights/teaching-electronic-life-histories

Web-based Resources
2018
Society For Culural Anthropology

AASHE empowers higher education faculty, administrators, staff and students to be effective change agents and drivers of sustainability innovation. We work with and for higher education to ensure that our world’s future leaders are motivated and equipped to solve sustainability challenges.

Link to Resource: https://www.aashe.org/

Web-based Resources
The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education

This guide is designed to identify the units, lessons and/or activities within the FNESC/FNSA teacher resource guides that can be most readily adapted for remote or online learning situations.

Keywords: Indigenous Education, Youth education, Remote learning.
Link to Resource: https://www.fnsa.ca/portfolio-items/fnesc-fnsa-teacher-resource-guides-u...

Toolkits and Guides
2020
First Nations Education Steering Committe

Many want to be an ally, which is why this pamphlet focuses on that term. However, being an ally is not a self-appointed identity and requires you to show your understanding through actions, relations, and recognition by the community

Keywords: Indigenous education, Wellbeing, Allyship
Link to Resource: https://www.segalcentre.org/common/sitemedia/201819_Shows/ENG_AllyTookit...

Toolkits and Guides
2018
Segal Center

Due to their sensitive nature, learning and teaching about residential schools, the Sixties Scoop and missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls (MMIWG) can be challenging. This resource combines a learning journey that includes heart-to-heart conversations on healing and moving forward. It also includes three featured educational resources specific to each topic for instructional use, and a self-care approach to learning and teaching about each.

Keywords: Youth Education, Wellbeing, Indigeous education
Link to Resource: https://etfofnmi.ca/wp-content/uploads/2023/12/Healing-Conversations.pdf

Toolkits and Guides
2020
Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario

The Digital Commons Network brings together free, full-text scholarly articles from hundreds of universities and colleges worldwide. Curated by university librarians and their supporting institutions, the Network includes a growing collection of peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters, dissertations, working papers, conference proceedings, and other original scholarly work.

Link to Resource: http://network.bepress.com/

Web-based Resources
Digital Commons Network

Few studies have focused on university-level assessments as means for increasing people's environmental knowledge. The reported research examines the levels of environmental knowledge and attitudes of Iowa State University (ISU) undergraduate and graduate students registered for the 2007 spring semester. A new survey instrument was developed specifically for this study, accounting for local (Midwestern) and global environmental issues.  

Keywords: Environmental Education, Environmental literacy
Link to Resource: https://dr.lib.iastate.edu/entities/publication/10bf230b-b25f-47a0-9414-...

Journal Article
2007
Susan O'Brian

This article provides examples of introductory activities that engage students in initial steps in understanding the systemic structure of colonization. Examples of student group responses to the activities are provided. The understandings explored by students through these activities are then taken up through Indigenous literatures in university contexts in order to contribute to the ongoing decolonization of knowledge in the university and to explore indigenous understandings of pedagogies.

Keywords: Indigenous Education, Decolonization, Indigenous governance.
Link to Resource: https://ourelderstories.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/PedagogiesforDeco...

Journal Article
2008
Judy M Iseke-Barnes

The course covers the basic principles of atmospheric science, methods of climate data collection and tracking of greenhouse gas emissions. It introduces basic climate modeling and explores the impact of various greenhouse gas emissions scenarios.

Keywords: SDGs, Climate, Energy
Link to Resource: https://www.classcentral.com/course/edx-climate-change-the-science-and-g...

Course Activities & Assignments
Class central

Designed as a support framework to guide teachers in their education planning, the guide also aims to support the implementation of many of the Integrated Resource Packages (IRP’s) and will be complemented by web resources to support environmental learning in diverse subjects like science, social studies and language arts

Keywords: Youth Education, Environmental Education, Traditional Ecological Knowledge
Link to Resource: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/education/kindergarten-to-grade-12/tea...

Toolkits and Guides
2007
BC Ministry of Education

Included in this package are documents, resources and tools to help you in your Environmental Education Program planning, delivery and evaluation. Topics include Teaching Controversial issues in the Classroom, Addressing the Fears of Teaching EE in the Classroom (for Teachers) and Planning Templates for Environmental Education Programs.  

Keywords: Envrionmental Education, Youth Education, Curriculum studies  
Link to Resource: https://sierraclub.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Expanding-your-envir...

Toolkits and Guides
2006
Sierra Club of Canada

Use this guide to introduce the Global Goals to elementary students.

Keywords: Youth Education, SDGs, Education
Link to Resource: https://microbit.org/teach/do-your-bit/global-goals/introducing-the-glob...

Course Activities & Assignments
Micro:Bit

Knowing Home weaves Indigenous perspectives, worldviews, and wisdom practices into the science curriculum. It provides a window into the scientific knowledge and technological innovations of the Indigenous peoples who live in Northwestern North America, thus providing numerous examples and cases for developing science lessons and curricula.

Keywords: Indigenous Education, Science education, Curriculum studies
Link to Resource: https://greatbearrainforesttrust.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Knowingh...

Textbook/Books/Reports
2016
Gloria Snively and Lorna Williams

Climate change. We know. It can feel too overwhelming. But what if there was a show about climate change that left you feeling... energized? One so filled with possibility that you actually wanted to listen? Join us, journalist Alex Blumberg and a crew of climate nerds, as we bring you smart, inspiring stories about the mess we're in and how we can get ourselves out of it.

Link to Resource: https://gimletmedia.com/shows/howtosaveaplanet/z3hj4jk

Podcast
How To Save A Planet

The Journal of Sustainability Education (JSE) serves as a forum for academics and practitioners to share, critique, and promote research, practices, and initiatives that foster the integration of economic, ecological, and social-cultural dimensions of sustainability within formal and non-formal educational contexts.

Link to Resource: http://www.susted.com/wordpress/

Database
The journal for Sustainbaility Education

This is a process article for weaving indigenous and mainstream knowledges within science educational curricula and other science arenas, assuming participants include recognized holders of traditional ecological knowledge (we prefer “Indigenous Knowledge” or “Traditional Knowledge”) and others with expertise in mainstream science. It is based on the “Integrative Science” undergraduate program created at Cape Breton University to bring together indigenous and mainstream sciences and ways of knowing, as well as related Integrative Science endeavors in science research, application, and outreach.  

Keywords: Indigenous Education, Integrative Science, Canadian Context
Link to Resource: https://go.exlibris.link/ndk4J1pL

Journal Article
2012
Cheryl Bartlett & Murdena Marshall & Albert Marshall

This volume explores how researchers around the globe are coming to terms - both theoretically and practically - with place in the context of settler colonialism, globalization, and environmental degradation. McKenzie and Tuck outline a trajectory of critical place inquiry that not only furthers empirical knowledge, but ethically imagines new possibilities for collaboration and action.

Keywords: Place-based learning, Indigenous education, Research Methodology  
Link to Resource: https://go.exlibris.link/q4BpTFv2

Journal Article
2015
Eve Tuck, Marcia McKenzie

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