Welcome to the Resource Hub!

This is a growing database of information, activities and educational resources to help us create a fairer, green future for all. The hub is an ever-evolving resource for educators, students, businesses and individuals to support action and learning. If you have any material to add, please submit via our contact us page.

The resources have been carefully chosen by experts in their field. We hope you find them useful.

Thanks to UWE Bristol and the Climate Change Education Research Network for supporting the Hub.

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Video thumbnail of Greenpeace's 'What's racism got to do with environmental destruction?' video, narrated by Dr Mya-Rose Craig.
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What’s racism got to do with environmental destruction?

Learn about how racism and environmental destruction are linked with this video from climate activist and our ambassador, Dr Mya-Rose Craig.

1: No Poverty10: Reduced Inequalities13: Climate Action14: Life Below Water15: Life on Land
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Reset Earth: Inspire your students to protect the ozone

Games, videos and lesson plans to educate and inspire future young scientists and climate champions to protect and repair the ozone layer.

13: Climate Action
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What is climate migration?

Videos and podcasts exploring the link between migration and climate change.

10: Reduced Inequalities13: Climate Action
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Immersive storytelling around global issues

The Global Oneness Project offers films, essays and lesson plans telling stories for growing minds.

All Goals
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Walk the Global Walk

Resources for students and educators on 3 key SDGs, connecting communities across 11 countries.

11: Sustainable Cities & Communities13: Climate Action16: Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions
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7 videos guaranteed to change the way you see refugees

A series of short films to learn about the struggles and challenges relating to the ongoing refugee crisis all around the world.

1: No Poverty2: Zero Hunger6: Clean Water & Sanitation8: Decent Work & Economic Growth10: Reduced Inequalities11: Sustainable Cities & Communities
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Design a Sustainable T-shirt

A fantastic resource looking at the different ways to produce a sustainable garment and allowing the audience to get hands-on and learn about sustainable raw materials, production methods and disposal techniques.

9: Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure12: Responsible Consumption & Production
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Thank You For the Rain film

A film by Julia Dahn and Kisilu Musya about a Kenyan farmer whose village is destroyed by a flood, and how this motivates him to become a climate activist.

1: No Poverty4: Quality Education5: Gender Equality6: Clean Water & Sanitation13: Climate Action16: Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions
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The World’s Largest Lesson: Making a Difference

Learn how you can make a difference where you live by inventing, innovating and campaign for the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

2: Zero Hunger9: Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure11: Sustainable Cities & Communities12: Responsible Consumption & Production13: Climate Action17: Partnerships for the Goals
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World’s Largest Lesson introduced by Serena Williams

Hear all about the mission of The World’s Largest Lesson introduced by tennis legend and sustainability champion Serena Williams

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