Global Climate Change Resources
Primary and Secondary School Global Climate Change Resources
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Global Climate Change
Introduction to Global Climate Change
Climate change refers to a large-scale, long-term shift in the planet's weather patterns and average temperatures across the world. Since the mid-1800s, humans have contributed to the release of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases into the air. This causes global temperatures to rise, resulting in long-term changes to the climate.
Careers Information - Primary Schools
Resources - Primary Schools
- What is Climate Change
- How do we know the Climate is Changing
- What can trees tell us about Climate Change
- The Greenhouse Effect
- Meet the Greenhouse Gases
- How Climate Change affects Weather
- Why are Rainforests so important
- 10 Things about Energy
- Weather vs Climate
- Climate Change and Ecosystems
- Climate Emergency Fridays
- Climate Change Games
Careers Information - Secondary Schools
Resources - Secondary Schools
- Global Warming
- Why is Climate Change a Bad Thing?
- The Met Office and Climate Change
- How to Save Our Planet
- 170 Daily Actions to Transform the Planet
- What is Biodiversity
- 9 Tipping Points for Climate Change
- Could the COVID Crisis spur a Green Recovery
- The Impact of Lockdown on Global Pollution Levels
- Global CO2 Levels cut by 17% during COVID Crisis
- Resilience of the UK Food System