New resources developed by ESM2025

In this section you will find all educational resources that we will develop during this project.

– ongoing work –

Resources from our partners

Many of our partners have already published educational resources about climate science and climate change. You will find in the links below educational resources tailored for the classroom, to support teacher’s professional development, and also for everyone interested in learning more about climate science and climate change.

An international initiative based in Paris, exclusively dedicated to Climate Change education.

Type of Resources: Classroom activities | Professional Development | Climate Science Explained | Videos | Hands-on activities

Languages: English | French | Spanish | German

Resources for schools of the french national meteorological service.

Type of Resources:  Climate Science Explained | Climate Models Explained | Videos

Languages: French

Resources for schools of the national meteorological service for the UK.

Type of Resources:  Climate Science Explained | Classroom activities | Hands-on activities | Videos

Languages: English | Welsh

Resources for young people of the Priestley International Centre for Climate, which carries out interdisciplinary research collaborations that better link our physical, technological, economic and social understanding of climate change with strategies for mitigation and adaptation.

Type of Resources: Climate Science Explained

Languages: English

Research project developping advanced Earth System Models to provide robust science knowledge in support of UK and international efforts to combat climate change.

Type of Resources:  Climate Science Explained | Climate Models Explained | Videos

Languages: English

CRESCENDOSchools resources hosted by the SMHI (Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute) Rossby Centre website.

  is a European network of Schools for Earth System Modelling and Climate Change created under the H2020 research project CRESCENDO.

Type of Resources:  Student Initiatives | Climate Models Explained | Hands-on activities

Languages: English