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.
Energy Kid’s Page (K-12) - http://www.eia.doe.gov/kids
The Energy Kid's Page comes from the Energy Information Administration, part of the U.S. Department of Energy. This is the government agency responsible for collecting and analyzing energy statistics and information. The site contains energy facts, games, classroom activities and an energy calculator.
Environmental Portal (Northwest Environmental Education Council) - http://environmental-portal.net
This portal is a partnership of educators, businesses and government and nonprofit agencies that are passionate about the environment and are committed to providing students with information on how to integrate real-world learning about the environment into school curriculum. One of the partners is the Seattle Public Schools. The site is loaded with resources for students and teachers.
Teens for Planet Earth – Wildlife Conservation Society - http://teens4planetearth.com
This site helps teens learn how they can make a difference and protect the earth. Find facts about the natural world as well as the latest environmental news. Teens can link to books and other resources, including information about careers working with wildlife.
Teens Inspiring Action – The Huffington Post - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/bob-jeffrey/teens-inspriring-action_b_43801.html?
This blog site covers politics, media, business, entertainment and living. It also features a blog about Avery Hairston, a student at a New York high school, and his commitment to saving the environment by getting the word out about using compact fluorescent light bulbs.