California Climate Change & Energy:

Education Resources Catalog

Leading K12 Schools
in education on climate change, energy and global warming solutions
Exemplary Students, Classes, Teachers, Clubs, Schools, Districts
Portal, Partnership Builder   K12 > Leading Schools > Index and Highlights

Global Toast-Busters
Logo by
Matt Delbridge
Graphic Artist Major

Albany High

Berkeley High

Montera Middle School, Oakland
Student Surveys School's Carbon Footprint
Science Fair Project by: Matan
Represented Kids at California Climate Change Conference!

Casa De Mir Montessori: School-Wide Symposium
and Science Fair on Climate Change, 2007

Students:Karen Motreja & Ian James
Montessori School in Campbell, CA

Cover Story: Campbell Reporter

Energy Consumption Survey    Symposium Agenda    KPFA Interview

California schools and education programs are connecting with
Copenhagen Conference Education Programs
through this website. We're partnering with the:

Copenhagen Conference Teacher's Website & Program
UN Climate Change Conference (COP15) -- December 2009
   Put Your school on the map    Projects       

   Videos by California Students   

St. Ignatius College Preparatory
school (San Francisco) senior
Mike Rapadas helped SI grad
Jordan Murphy film this video.
Enlightening, funny, inspiring.

California Climate Champion:
Arielle Gillman
Oak Park News


San Francisco Unified School District
Sustainable SFUSD Website --
Outstanding district newsletter -- Earth Day Debut Issue

Featured at the Annual Conference of the
American Association for the Advancement of Science!

Comparing the Effect on Sea Level of Melting Ice Bergs Vs. Glaciers
Patrick Weston, Grade 7.
Sea Crest Middle School, Half Moon Bay

Albany High School
Jacob and Mathew Delbridge
Lead Hands-on Science Demonsrations at AAAS Confernce

Matt Delbridge, Now professional graphic artist & CAC Undergrad

Jacob Delbridge, Albany High School. Now at UC Davis

Global Toast Busters Logo-- by Albany High School Alumni Matt Delbridge

Saint Ignatius College Preparatory
San Francisco


2009   Created by science museum docents, scientists, teachers, students, artists...
University of California: Davis, Berkeley and San Diego campuses.