Teacher primer: What is Climate Change?

This resource explains climate change and its effects on the planet and on us. It looks a what hope there is for the future and has links to discussions with young climate activists. 

The resource is one of a series of PowerPoints, which contain general background information on topics related to climate change and biodiversity loss. These are raw resources that have been designed to be edited and added to and used in a variety of ways, in order to best fit the needs of individual key stages, classes and students.

Key Stages: KS3, KS4, KS5

About this resource

  • Resource type: Teacher primer
  • Theme: Climate Change and biodiversity
  • Curriculum links

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