Climate Youth Engagement Case Studies

The School of Environmental Studies in Apple Valley conducted a foreign exchange to Costa Rick in late July. In Costa Rica the students worked together along with students at Liceo de Poas to...

The Climate Change Forum is one of MIDE´s (Interactive Museum of Economics) star experiences. The 2.0 version of the Climate Change Forum, which has been played by more than 46,000 visitors, was...

The Vermont Youth Climate Summit is a gathering of nearly one hundred-fifty Vermont high school students and dozens of teachers from twenty six high schools around the state of Vermont.

This initiative challenges schools to find innovative ways to reduce energy consumption at each campus.

Workforce and education activities support the rapid scale-up of deployed energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies.

Sc3 is a weeklong student leadership training program that transforms students into agents of change. Inspired and empowered by their experience, Sc3 students return to their schools or...

The Association for Science Technology Centers (ASTC) and The Wild Center have teamed up to share The Wild Center’s successful Youth Climate Summit format, designed to engage high school students...

In the Finland Youth Climate Summit, junior high school students from all over Finland will gather to create a climate action plan for their schools, while their teachers learn how to support them...

Seattle Youth Climate Action Network (CAN) was launched in January 2015 with initial funding from The Ocean Project.

The Sink or Swim Project is designed to educate, inform and engage the generations, both young people alive today and those who are about to be born, who will inherit sea level rise and who must...

The Youth Ambassador Program (YAP!) is a partnership program between the National Park Service and Third EyE Unlimited Youth Empowerment where teens communicate national park themes through hip-...

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's National Conservation Training Center successfully hosted the Inter-Tribal Climate Leadership Congress from June 28 - July 3, 2015 for 89 high school students...

Recognizing that educators are critical messengers of climate and energy literacy for hundreds of students each year, Climate Generation is committed to engaging educators in the international...

iMatterNow is a campaign to hold adults and community leaders accountable. We are demanding that our cities immediately develop and implement a plan to be free of fossil fuels and at zero...

At the CLEO Insitute, an enthusiastic Youth Task Force works with us to engage diverse audiences in our mission to bridge the divide between science and society.

Over two-hundred Detroit high school students participated in the Detroit Youth Climate Summit. During the Summit, the students heard from two speakers - one about climate change science and...

The U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon is an award-winning program that challenges collegiate teams to design, build, and operate solar-powered houses that are cost-effective, energy-...

Citizens have long contributed to scientific studies of clouds. Since 1994, the Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment Program has been engaging students around the world in...

Project BudburstSM is co-managed by NEON and the Chicago Botanic Garden

CoCoRaHS is for citizen scientists of all ages and from all walks of life who can spend a few minutes per day collecting information on precipitation in their area. 

The Young Voices for the Planet short documentaries champion and publicize inspirational, authentic and positive youth-led models of success -- young people learning about climate change and...

The Action Fellowship is a yearlong training program that gives young people the knowledge, skills, and confidence to be powerful climate leaders and accelerate climate action. 

Our Climate. Our Future. is a multimedia experience that will bring climate education into schools across the U.S. and beyond.

Weather + Climate Day is a statewide education program in Maryland focused on engaging students, teachers, and informal science educators with climate change through the lens of weather.

On June 6, 2015, 10,000 lay citizens, representing demographic diversities in 76 countries and 97 locations including 4 in the U.S., participated in the largest-ever informed single-day public...

Crowdsourcing and citizen science help federal agencies to innovate, collaborate and discover. In this toolkit, you will learn how to design and maintain projects. 

The Adirondack Youth Climate Summit is a transformative opportunity for students to understand the effect that their actions have on the world around them.

The World Climate Project equips climate leaders with the materials to confidently lead people in thought-provoking, mock-UN events that simulate the United Nations climate. Thousands worldwide...

This program provides an important opportunity for high school age and above students to learn and engage in emerging science and engineering issues from the citizen’s perspective – to consider...

The GLOBE Program is a partnership in science and education that gives students and the public worldwide the opportunity to help researchers understand the global environment and climate. 

Our Climate. Our Future. is a multimedia experience that will bring climate education into schools across the U.S. and beyond.

White House Office of Science & Technology Policy (OSTP) in partnership with the U.S. Global...

YEA! MN is a youth-driven network of high school environmental clubs, including 20+ high schools from a cross-section of urban and suburban school districts.