ICN produces educational and action resources designed for age groups from secondary school to post-16. These resources are available to download on this page.

Explore the facts

Climate Conferences

  • COP26 Country Briefing: United Kingdom

    Example of detailed briefings that outline preparation tasks for each country team and points to consider about their positions in the model COP26 negotiations. Up to date with relevant links for students to investigate further.

    United-Kingdom-COP26-briefing.pdf (72.26 KB)
  • COP26 Classroom Resource & Survey Introduction

    Summary of two new resources that can be run virtually or at school for students to: explore the global impact of the Climate Crisis; and find out how to motivate climate action to make a difference in school.

    Climate-Voices-2021-1.pdf (335.16 KB)

Action in Schools

Having a Say

  • Climate Action Survey: approaches to motivating students

    Researched as part of our new Climate Action Survey, here are summaries of five different approaches to bringing about changes you want to see happen in school.

    Climate-Action-Survey-approaches-to-motivating-students.pdf (45.80 KB)
  • Example Results from Climate Action Survey

    See this example of the actual results and rich analysis fed back from the Climate Action Survey to one of the first pilot schools.

    Example-Results-from-CAS.pdf (1.31 MB)
  • Students’ questions to Panel at London Summit 2017

    Thoughtful questions put forward by students to panel of experts: Dr Michal Nachmany, Grantham Research Institute LSE; Jonathan Shopley, MD The Carbon Neutral Company; Phillip Stovold, Koboni Consultancy / Greenpeace.

    Students-Questions-to-the-panel-London-Summit-2017.pdf (92.77 KB)
  • Hear Our Voices

    Young people from India, Kenya and UK give their views on Climate Change and the action that’s needed to the UN Conference in Copenhagen - in 2009!

    Hear-Our-Voices.pdf (1.44 MB)