Welcome to the Earth@Home Climate homepage!

You'll find resources to help you learn and teach about climate change science, impacts, and solutions.


The Teacher-Friendly Guideᵀᴹ to Climate Change

Enhanced and updated digital chapters of The Teacher-Friendly Guideᵀᴹ to Climate Change. This guide for teachers (and others) includes both the basics of climate change science and perspectives on teaching a subject that has become socially and politically polarized.


Teach Climate Change

Classroom activities that serve as the lab manual for The Teacher-Friendly Guideᵀᴹ to Climate Change. Teaching toolkits, many of which have accompanying videos, are searchable by topic and grade level, and include an overview, NGSS standards, materials lists and instructions, handouts, and background information.


Quick Answers

Fact sheets and answers to frequently-asked questions about climate change.



PRI has created videos on a variety of climate change and energy topics. Some of them include hands-on activities and demos that are part of teaching toolkits.



An overview of PRI's climate change-themed exhibits. These include online exhibits, and in-person exhibits at the Museum of the Earth and the Cayuga Nature Center in Ithaca, NY.

Photo of an adult and a child looking at a museum exhibit about climate change.

Other Resources

Additional information and resources on topics such as:

  • climate change and energy blog posts
  • weather preparedness information from the National Weather Service
  • bioblitz information and data
  • an overview of climate change in Central New York
  • information on sugar maples and climate change
  • videos
  • Tracking Climate in Your Backyard curriculum
  • teaching about the IPCC
  • U.N. COP meetings
  • Critical Zone science
  • environmental data collected by PRI at our public venues

Sugar maple leaves in fall, showing orange colors.