Celebrate Earth Week

On Tuesday, April 19th, at 1pm ET we will bring the science of climate change to life with our live stream video event built to entertain, drive engagement, and most importantly: educate! Your students are going to love you for showing this video in class!

Educate!
 
Engage!
Entertain!
Best of all, we have prizes!
Take the actions above and you're entered to win a $100 Amazon card for your classroom! Spend it on posters, supplies, or whatever your class needs! 
You'll also be entered to win a free pair of shoes from evolv sports! Fantastic for your next trip outdoors hiking, climbing or exploring! 
Check out a few of our past streams!

Complete with games, giveaways and special guest: Meagan Martin, our live streams are incredibly entertaining. Trust us, we'll have your students on the edge of their seats! 

Reading about climate change can be "boring" for some of your students. Let us help you bring an engaging educational lesson to your classroom, sure to grab your students' attention. 

Finally, we're here to educate young people. We want to leave students with the facts, so they can make educated decisions about their daily actions and protecting the planet.

by getting educated about climate change.

Why Show our Live Stream Video to your Students?

Pro Climbers, Kai Lightner and Paul Robinson, talk about how warming temperatures are affecting their sport.

Our Climate Our Future is a project of Alliance for Climate Education (ACE). ACE's mission is to educate young people on the science of climate change and empower them to take action. By empowering youth to take action with a frame of justice and optimism, we are shifting the national discourse on climate in ways that are proven to affect public opinion and policy. 

Learn more at acespace.org

Special thanks to our sponsors: NOAA, CLEAN, Climate Interactive, Earth Day Network, and ClimateChangeLIVE

Join us on April 19th at 1pm ET, for a live stream climate education event. Teachers and students joining in will be eligible to win the prizes below.

Maroon 5's Jesse Carmichael and pro surfer, Tia Blanco, talk about the importance of protecting the world's oceans.