BCTF members may request materials using the Social Justice Resource Order Form (MyBCTF login required).
Climate Change Heroes Resources (New 2017)!
These poster and lesson plans support K–12 teachers in becoming climate change heroes by inspiring students to understand and take actions on climate change.
- Being climate change heroes in primary classrooms poster
- Core competencies build the climate action heroes team poster
- The carbon cycle and its role in climate change poster
- Exploring ocean acidification poster
- Climate Heroes general resources
“In the study of issues and concerns related to the environment, it is important to stay current and have students engage with issues relevant to their communities.”
Ministry of Education, Environmental Learning and Experience An Interdisciplinary
Guide For Teachers (2007)
“We do not, at Enbridge, want to be involved in a project that is opposed (to) and of concern to others.”
Patrick Daniel, CEO, Enbridge, 2009
“We cannot risk the health of our land and future generations for short term financial gain.”
Chief Larry Nooski, Nadleh Whut’en
“Oil companies are extracting the dirtiest form of oil from our lands, and we fear it is killing us.”
George Poitrois, Mikisew Cree, Fort Chipewyan
What we stand to lose posters
What we stand to lose with pipelines and supertankers
What we stand to lose with climate change
Quick fact sheet
Students Have a Voice: Take Action
In-depth resources for the classroom
The bottled water poster is currently being updated.
Tips for starting a Local Environmental Justice Committee