Action for the Climate Emergency, ACE. Nonprofit whose mission is to educate young people on the science of climate change and empower them to take action. Our Climate, Our Future (videos for teaching).
Arts & Ere. Explores the relationship of Arts Education and Environmental Education. (University of Quebec in Montreal)
Counterforce Lab. Research studio that harnesses the power of art and design to engage with the reality of global ecological crisis and its ties to environmental injustice, founded by UCLA professor Rebeca Méndez and part of UCLA's Design|Media Arts Department.
International Ecolinguistics Association, IEA. Network of 800 researchers worldwide who share ideas, opinions and articles about ecolinguistics: The role of language in the life-sustaining interactions of humans, other species and the physical environment. Official journal via open access, Language & Ecology.
National Geographic: Resource Library. Geographic resources for teachers, Pre-K-12, from the National Geographic. With lesson plans, research, maps, a storehouse of 800+ available videos, and resource library units. See example: Anthropocene Resource Library.
National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration: Just for Kids. Site promoting resources for teaching children about the environment (tides, currents, space); NOAA is part of the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Proven Sustainable (free educational material about Indigenous people and knowledge)
CIEL (Center for International Environmental Law)
Global South Climate Database (searchable database of scientists and experts in the fields of climate science, climate policy and energy. Set up by Carbon Brief with the support of the Reuters Institute's Oxford Climate Journalism Network)