We would like to recognize and thank the following organizations for their partnership and collaboration in improving climate and energy literacy:
Alliance for Climate Education (ACE) is the national leader in high school climate science education. An award-winning national nonprofit dedicated to educating America's high school students about the science behind climate change and inspiring them to do something about it—while having fun along the way.
Climate Change Education Partnership (CCEP) Alliance promotes productive and hopeful conversations about climate change.
ClimateChangeLIVE: A Distance Learning Adventure provides teachers and students with informative and interactive ways to learn about climate change.
Climate Education in an Age of Media (CAM) promotes using student video production projects to both engage students with 21st century literacy skills and develop their understanding of scientific concepts, as they learn by "teaching" others through media pieces.
Climate Education Partners (CEP) is working to share science about our changing climate with regional leaders. With a solid scientific foundation, our leaders can make informed decisions on how best to protect the spectacular natural beauty, economic vibrancy and preserve the quality of life in San Diego, not just for today, but for all future generations.
Climate & Urban Systems Partnership (CUSP) is a group of informal science educators, climate scientists, learning scientists and community partners in four Northeast U.S. cities (Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, New York City, and Washington, DC.), funded by the National Science Foundation to explore innovative ways to educate city residents about climate change.
National Network for Ocean & Climate Change Interpretation (NNOCCI) is a collaborative effort led by the New England Aquarium with the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, the FrameWorks Institute, the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, the National Aquarium, Monterey Bay Aquarium, the New Knowledge Organization in partnership with Penn State University and the Ohio's Center for Science and Industry. NNOCCI is working to establish a national network of professionals who are skilled in communicating and translating climate and ocean science to broad public audiences. Our goal is to change the nature of public conversation about issues of climate change to be inviting, empowering and solutions-oriented.
Global Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet provides the public with accurate and timely news and information about Earth's changing climate, along with current data and visualizations, presented from the unique perspective of NASA, the world's leading climate research agency.
Maryland and Delaware Climate Change Education, Assessment and Research (MADE-CLEAR) is a natural outgrowth of Maryland and Delaware's shared regional climate change concerns and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education emphasis. Its primary goal is to build the partnerships among the states' research and teaching universities, public schools, federal agencies, and public and private sectors. MADE-CLEAR is engaging climate scientists, science educators, students, and the broader community of interest in implementing a comprehensive climate change education plan in our region.
National Center for Science Education (NCSE) is a not-for-profit, membership organization providing information and resources for schools, parents, and concerned citizens working to keep evolution and climate science in public school science education. We educate the press and public about the scientific and educational aspects of controversies surrounding the teaching of evolution and climate change, and supply needed information and advice to defend good science education at local, state, and national levels.
NASA Earth Systems, Technology, and Energy Education for MUREP (NASA ESTEEM) is a competitive project that promotes climate and Earth system science literacy and seeks to increase the access of underrepresented minority groups to science careers and educational opportunities.
NOAA Climate.gov provides science and information for a climate-smart nation. Americans' health, security, and economic well-being are closely linked to climate and weather. People want and need information to help them make decisions on how to manage climate-related risks and opportunities they face.
NOVA Labs (more info) is a new digital platform where "citizen scientists" can actively participate in the scientific process. From predicting solar storms and designing renewable energy systems to tracking cloud movements and learning cybersecurity strategies, NOVA Labs participants can take part in real-world investigations by visualizing, analyzing, and sharing the same data that scientists use.
Pacific Islands Climate Change Education Partnership (PCEP) is a collaborative network of communities and organizations responding the impacts of climate change and committed to improving climate education in the Pacific region..
Polar Learning and Responding Climate Change Education Partnership (PoLAR CCEP) is developing a suite of interactive and game-like tools that capitalize on the iconic imagery of the Arctic and Antarctic, areas which are often considered the 'canaries in the coal mine' of a changing global climate. Adult learners, be they community leaders, the general public, pre- and in-service teachers, or college students, are today's decision makers and are more likely to make informed decisions if they understand the scientific evidence of climate change and its social, economic, and environmental consequences.
The National Association of Geoscience Teachers (NAGT) works to foster improvement in the teaching of the Earth sciences at all levels of formal and informal instruction, to emphasize the cultural significance of the Earth sciences and to disseminate knowledge in this field to the general public.