Sources on Environmental Education and Awareness
The following links provide useful web-based links to multi-media and educational material related to environmental and biodiversity protection as well as climate change:
- Climatekids offers a didactical and interactive online ‘learning wheel’
- Arkive Resources teaching aids, mostly curricula for schools and non-formal education with teaching aids, instructions etc.
- Convention on Biodiversity Resources teaching resources on biodiversity
- Biodiversity Teachers Guide for Year 3-4 in Australia, incl. teaching materials
- Oxfam Climate Chaos resources for a 5-day workshop on “What is Climate Change?” for kids, complete with tasks, games, exercises, video clips etc.
- Climate Change Communication educational resources for teaching climate change from different sources
- Facing the Future multi-media & teaching aids by age groups on biodiversity and ecosystems, partly commercial
- UNESCO Natural Sciences learning kit on biodiversity for mountainous region
- Climate Choices aims at teachers of children aged 9-11 years who want to help children begin to understand the challenging and complex issue of climate change
- Biodiversity Day Global Biodiversity Action Days in 40 countries as part of German development cooperation
- Children's Segment of the Indo-German Biodiversity Programme offers a range of information, games, quizzes, a video and a photo gallery related to biodiversity in general, and in India in particular
- Youth and United Nations Global Alliance of FAO, UN and the Wolrd Association for Girl Guides and Girl Scouts has published a series on Youth Guides and Challenge Badges for youth leaders, school teachers and NGOs, inter alia guides on Biodiversity and Forest, and challenge badges on Biodiversity, Forests, Climate Change, Water, Soils, Food Security and Climate Change and other themes
Films related to the Lao Environment
Environmental Investigation Agency
Sin City - Illegal Wildlife Trade in Bokeo
Education for Sustainable Development
Tham Khoun Xe
From Ryan Deboodt on Vimeo.
BBC Earth Report
Betting on Laos
Ho Chi Minh Trail Story
From CYRIL EBERLE on Vimeo.