Biodiesel - http://www.biodiesel.org/resources/biodiesel_basics
Find answers to basic questions about this fuel, with links to additional fact sheets and documents just for kids, from the National Biodiesel Board.
Center for Environmental Research & Conversation - http://www.cerc.columbia.edu
The mission of the Center for Environmental Research & Conversation, at Columbia University, is to build environmental leadership and to solve complex problems to achieve environmental sustainability. CERC is a consortium of five world-renowned scientific institutions. Their teacher-training program provides K-12 schoolteachers with a background in conservation science and integrated curriculum.
Climate.org- a Project of the Climate Institute - http://www.climate.org/topics/links/educational/index.shtml
This site provides material for teachers and students alike on the subject of climate change. It includes background information, games, cartoons, maps, images and other resources that can help enhance understanding of climate change. This site is divided into seven sections: kid sites, teen sites, higher education sites, cool sites, portal sites, useful graphics and tools and teacher sites.
Development Education Programs: Explore Sustainable Development - http://www.worldbank.org/depweb
DEPweb, the World Bank's Web site is devoted to classroom-ready sustainable development materials designed for educators. Find online books and learning modules brimming with activities, information, data tables, case studies, colorful maps, charts, and photos that will help you explore sustainable development.
DLTK’s Earth Day - http://dltk-kids.com/crafts/earth.html
This site is devoted to Earth Day activities for school-age students. The site has links to coloring pages, crafts, online games as well as other teacher information.
Earth Smart Adventures – King County Department of Natural Resources & Parks - http://www.metrokc.gov/dnrp/swd/elementaryschool/documents/Earth_Smart_adventures.pdf
The King County Department of Natural Resources & Parks offers a free live assembly show for grades K-6 that will wow students and staff alike as they learn how their everyday choices impact the earth. The presenters take students through a fast-paced and interactive series of situations that demonstrate the following: how advertising influences their choices, how those choices affect the environment and how positive choices help reduce waste and benefit the earth.
EarthDay.gov - http://www.earthday.gov
This site presents information on Earth Day, celebrated annually in April. Find activities for home, the classroom and work, as well as volunteer opportunities and a children's section. Includes links to government information on energy, recycling, green building, commuting and water conservation.
EcoKids - http://www.ecokids.ca
EcoKids is an environmental program for youth who care about the planet. The site features games, activities, printable pages and information about wildlife, science, nature, energy and environmental issues. The site includes a discussion forum and materials for teachers and parents.
Energy Education Resources: Kindergarten through 12th Grade - http://eia.doe.gov/bookshelf/eer/kiddietoc.html
This site provides students, educators and others with a list of generally available free or low-cost energy-related educational materials. Each entry includes the address, telephone number, and description of the organization and the energy-related materials available. The site is published by the National Energy Information Center.
Environmental Portal - http://environmental-portal.net
This portal, from the Northwest Environmental Education Council, is a partnership of individuals and organizations. They are passionate about the environment and are committed to providing students with opportunities to integrate real-world learning about the environment into their school curriculum. The site is loaded with resources for students, teachers and organizations.