Resources For Educators


Ocean Acidification in the Pacific Northwest

A new fact sheet, titled Ocean Acidification in the Pacific Northwest, summarizes our growing understanding of the causes and consequences of ocean acidification in Pacific Northwest marine waters. This new document is a companion to 20 Facts About Ocean Acidification, published in 2013 by the U.S. Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry Program as an aid to scientists, science communicators and science policy advisors asked to comment on details about ocean acidification.  Another great example of communicating about ocean acidification is the Emmy-nominated Seattle Time Series by Craig Welch.


Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions Education Resources

The Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions works to advancing public awareness and understanding of climate change.  They provide a range of educational tools for audiences at all levels.


NOAA Webinar Series on Ocean Acidification

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) provides a number of resources including a webinar series to help educators teach ocean acidification.



The American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) has partnered with tribal colleges to create an introductory curriculum on climate change that students and instructors can share online.