This new toolkit is designed to aid public health professionals in giving guest lectures on climate, health and equity at local high schools, summer camps or anywhere that students in grades 9-12 learn.
Download the toolkit (PDF).
Download a PowerPoint slide deck to help guide your presentation.
Join on Oct. 26: Register now for our next webinar: "Engaging Youth in Climate and Health Solutions: Using APHA's Climate and Health Youth Education Toolkit."
Watch Now: Climate Justice and Children's Health: Inspiring Youth to Advocate for Climate Action (recorded webinar).
Read: APHA toolkit can help high schoolers make connection on climate and health (Public Health Newswire)
Check out APHA's Children's Environmental Health Committee to learn how this lesson plan was developed and to access supporting materials.
About the Toolkit
The toolkit includes a lesson plan adapted from NIH resources, as well as supplementary materials for outreach, recruitment and continued learning. Students leave these lectures with increased knowledge of the health impacts of climate change, vulnerable populations and equitable mitigation and adaptation strategies, and lecturers leave having gained valuable practice in climate and health communication and a deeper connection with those in their community.
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If you are a student interested in connecting with further resources and career opportunities, check out the Biogen Community Lab Alumni Network, a dynamic and growing network on LinkedIn!
Parent & Educator Toolkit
from the Children's Environmental Health Network.