www.climateaccess.org/resource-hub - Climate Access provides essential research, news articles, and commentary on climate change communications, behavior change, and public opinion. Graphics visually illustrate climate and energy challenges and solutions.
http://climateinterpreter.org - Climate Interpreter staff funded by the EPA has assembled an excellent variety of videos and articles on energy literacy.
http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/- The EPA website offers the basics on climate change and opportunities for change.
www.fws.gov/home/climatechange- US Fish and Wildlife Services outlines climate change basics and consequences of climate change on wildlife
www.globalchange.gov/resources/educators- A collaborative of US government agencies provides a series of articles and activities around climate and energy literacy. Videos include documentation of glacier changes.
www.arcticclimatemodeling.org/lessons/acmp- University of Alaska project funded by the National Science Foundation has posted their research-based Arctic Climate Modeling Program (ACMP) which include K-12 inquiry-based classroom lessons and student network for observing arctic weather.
www.globalsystemsscience.org/studentbooks/cc/ch8- Lawrence Hall of Science and put together a concise set of articles and videos to support climate change courses.
www.camelclimatechange.org- National Council for Science and the Environment and partners have assembled materials on climate change including causes, consequences, solutions, and actions.
https://publichealthonline.gwu.edu/how-to-reduce-climate-change/- Milken Institute School of Public Health of George Washington University created this resource to show individuals realistic ways to combat climate change today, through new habits and energy-smart investments that fit ones budget and energy level.
http://www.climatechangeeducation.org/k-12/index.html - Climate Change Education - Lesson plans and curriculum
http://www.willstegerfoundation.org/curricula-resources/grades-3-6/itemlist/category/88-k-12 - Will Steger Foundation - K-12 Climate Change Curriculum
Community Action Resources
350bayArea.org - 350 Bay Area is building a grassroots climate movement, working for deep CO2 emission reductions in the San Francisco Bay Area & beyond.
www.hayward-ca.gov/GREEN-HAYWARD/CLIMATE-ACTION-PLAN/ The City of Hayward Hayward’s Climate Action Plan (CAP) was adopted by the City Council on July 28, 2009. The purpose of the CAP is to make Hayward a more environmentally and socially sustainable community. Task for to Keep Hayward Green meets the 4th Thursday of each month 7:00 p.m. at City Hall, Room 2A.