Webinar Recap: Eyewitness to Climate Change

2014 Climate and Energy Literacy Webinar Series

Eyewitness to Climate Change

Speaker: Will Steger
Date originally aired: January 15th, 2014

Polar explorer Will Steger has been exploring the polar-regions for over 45 years and has been an eyewitness to the impacts of climate change. This webinar will include Will’s eyewitness account via stories, photos and video clips. Attendees will also be introduced to resources to help students develop their own eyewitness accounts via journaling, citizen science and media projects.

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Expand your webinar experience with any of the following resources:

More about Will Steger

Parks Climate Challenge

Get support to engage in outdoor climate education experiences with your local state and national parks! Follow this link to learn about our 2012 participation in the Challenge and how you can get involved with this national program: http://classroom.willstegerfoundation.org/about/parks-climate-challenge/parks-climate-challenge-2012

The Summer Institute is our premier annual educator-training event.  Check out the 2011, 2012 and 2013 Summer Institute recap webpages for videos, resources and presentations that relate to the Parks Climate Challenge and the Minnesota’s Changing Climate Curriculum, which emphasizes nature observation as a form of climate study:

2011 Summer Institute, Apple Valley, MN

2012 Summer Institute, Apple Valley, MN

2013 Summer Institute, Mendota Heights, MN

Climate Change Education Resources

Will Steger Foundation Curricula Resources

CLEAN collection

Citizen Science/Phenology Resources

USA National Phenology Network

Project Budburst

GLOBE

CoCoRaHS

Cornell Lab

Monarch Larva Monitoring Project

Polar Education Resources

Arctic Community Curriculum

Arctic Greening Video

Extreme Ice Survey

 

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