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CLEAN Community

Helps participants make the most of the CLEAN Collection, events, and other offerings.

CLEAN Network

The CLEAN Network (formerly the Climate Literacy Network) is an informal group of scientists, educators, policy makers, community leaders, students, and citizens engaged in fostering climate literacy in the US and abroad.

Teleconference — Participate on Tuesdays at 1pm Eastern

Archive of email listserv

Review Process

Each teaching resource is reviewed by scientists and educators for scientific accuracy, pedagogic effectiveness, alignment with essential principles, and usability. Learn More

For Educators and Learners

Find educational resources in the reviewed CLEAN Collection and learn more about teaching climate and energy.

Teaching Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness — Read about climate and energy literacy, see examples of various pedagogic strategies, and get ideas for your classroom.

Teaching materials created at CLEAN workshops - This collection contains strategies for effective communication, dealing with misconceptions and ways to use suites of activities from the CLEAN reviewed collection. These activities were created by faculty as part of the CLEAN professional development workshop series.

Workshops and Webinars — Learn about climate topics, hear from experts in the field, try out novel teaching approaches and collaborate with other educators.

Want to stay in the loop with CLEAN events? Sign up for the CLEAN email list or browse the archive of email announcements.

For Resource Developers

There are multiple ways for developers of educational resources to become involved in, contribute to, and leverage the CLEAN project.

For Everyone

CLEAN Partners — Learn about the organizations that work with the CLEAN Community.

CLEAN on Facebook and CLEAN on Twitter

Event Calendar— Find regional and national conferences, meetings and events with sessions on climate change education and climate literacy.

Volunteer to be a Science Reviewer — Join the CLEAN team and help improve the content of the CLEAN collection.

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