These are just some of the educational environmental sites that are aimed at young people. If you know of others you think should be here, please let us know.
The age ranges with each link below are only intended as a guide. The main subject areas are indicated in bold.
Key to subject areas: Sc = Science, DT = Design Technology, Gg = Geography, Ar = Art, En = English, Cz = Citizenship.
|Learn about wildlife|
|Focus on Forests is an educational website about forest issues run by the World Land Trust.||Sc Gg||11-14|
|WWF has lots of information on species and habitats, aimed at different age groups.||Sc Gg||7-14|
|Debate environmental issues|
|This Climate Change site from the government department DECC will allow you to get your facts straighter about this complex topic.||Gg Sc||7-11 & 12-16|
|The Vegetarian Society have a youth section where they argue their case||DT En||11+|
|Tiempo is the website of The Climate Research Unit at the University of East Anglia. This is a DIY Guide to climate change.||Gg Sc||14+|
|Learning for a fairer world|
|Cool Planet allows you to find out about how people live all over the world, it allows you submit artwork, poetry and writing on issues of global concern.||Gg Cz Ar En||All ages|
|Voice of Youth from UNICEF UK allows you to find out about a range of issues such as child poverty and child labour.||Cz En Gg||11-14|
|Reduce, Reuse, Recycle|
|Energychest visit Joules the robot to find out about the fascinating world of energy.||Sc DT||11+|
|Ollie Recycles Join Ollie and his friends and find out about the 3R’s – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Ollie’s dog, Buster, has a quiz for you at the end.||Sc DT||5-11|
|Go for Green Projects|
|Green Maps is a global project which invites young people to create a map of their local community as a guide to being green. Get mapping with a few friends. Ask your geography teacher about it.||Gg Cz||11+|