Change for Global Change


Educational Resources
 

Deanna Ryan is a science teacher in Vermont. She sent this note and the additional resources listed below. Thanks so much, Deanna! Blessings on you and your students!

 

"I wanted take the time to send you a quick thank you note on behalf of my class and myself for providing the resources on your page (http://changeforglobalchange.org/education.html). My
students just completed a project to learn about the importance of sustainability in and out of the house and your page was a great reference for them, so from all of us, thank you :)

 

As a small token of our appreciation, we thought we'd send along a few other helpful resources that my students actually came across during their research. Figured that since it's such an important topic, the more resources, the merrier. Here they are:"

 

 

 


Citizens Campaign for the Environment
www.citizenscampaign.org/
 
MNN (Mother Nature Network)
lighterfootstep.com/

United Nations
www.mdgmonitor.org/goal7.cfm

The Global Water Crisis
www.stopcorporateabuse.org/cms/page1131.cfm

Inspired Kids Can Change the World
www.tbgf.org/sustainable-kids/resources/index.php

Environmental Protection Agency Student Ideas
www.epa.gov/greenkit/student.htm


National Geographic Education Update
www.nationalgeographic.com/community/inbox/education/


Earth Force for Kids
www.earthforce.org



Adult Enrichment
 

About the Global Water Crisis
www.stopcorporateabuse.org/cms/page1131.cfm

Article: Climate Change to Hurt Poor People Most
www.maryknollogc.org/ecology/111406.htm

Saving Water Partnership
www.savingwater.org

American Water and Energy Savers
www.americanwater.com

2005-2015 is the Decade for Water
www.un.org/waterforlifedecade 

Green Faith
www.greenfaith.org
New Jersey’s Interfaith Coalition for the Environment

Catholics and Climate Change

www.catholicsandclimatechange.org/

Waterwell



Summer fun:

PPGreen

 

Go to http://www.planetpals.com/green-summer-journal.html         
for some great activities and crafts to keep kids engaged – and learning – while on summer break.



At its core, global climate change is not about economic theory or political platforms, nor about partisan advantage or interest group pressures. It is about the future of God's creation and the one human family. It is about protecting both "the human environment" and the natural environment. It is about our human stewardship of God's creation and our responsibility to those who come after us.

Introduction: GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE A PLEA FOR DIALOGUE PRUDENCE AND THE COMMON GOOD U.S. Bishops, 2001

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