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Exploring Coastal Hazards

How do you stop a beach from eroding? What do city planners need to consider to save their cities from sea level rise? These are just two of the questions teachers from NWESD 189 tackled at a...

Urban Forestry: The Benefits of Urban Trees

Trees provide incredible benefits to our economy, human and more-than-human health, the environment, and the overall aesthetics of cities. On Saturday, October 8th, ten educators from the Yakima...

Student Climate Assembly Project

During the 21-22 school year, educators Dave Ketter and Lisa Eschenbach worked with science & social studies teachers at Bellingham High School to replicate elements of the Washington Climate...

Teachers Learn What’s Hot and What’s Not about Wildland Fire

“Right here we’re in a transition zone. This is where the shrub steppe transitions to the pine forest, and you can see a lot of space between the trees. That’s healthy!” Dave Spies led the educators...

Our Climate is Changing, Why Aren’t We? Getting Started Using Children’s Literature

In the spring of 2022, Regional Science Coordinators met to reflect on Climate Literacy work completed in 2021-22. A few patterns began to emerge. The first pattern was that elementary teachers were...

EarthGen Expands Climate Justice League Statewide

Teacher Casey Jones’ family includes migrant farmworkers, whose lives are directly affected by climate change and social injustice. The students at Rowena Chess Elementary School where Casey teaches...

ClimeTime: Why Teach Climate Science?

Find out why teachers need to teach climate science education and what resources are available to help.

Project Portraits

These Portraits of Practice represent the diversity of work done by ClimeTime and the many ways in which climate science and the focus on local phenomena-based learning can engage both teachers and students.

Systems are Everywhere!

Systems are Everywhere!

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ClimeTime leadership team and partner organizations adapted the network and project activities in several ways.

Climate Science through Chemistry

Climate Science through Chemistry

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ClimeTime leadership team and partner organizations adapted the network and project activities in several ways.

Success Stories

Exploring Coastal Hazards

Exploring Coastal Hazards

How do you stop a beach from eroding? What do city planners need to consider to save their cities from sea level rise? These are just two of the questions teachers from NWESD 189 tackled at a November workshop with Pacific Education Institute (PEI) FieldSTEM...

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Urban Forestry: The Benefits of Urban Trees

Urban Forestry: The Benefits of Urban Trees

Trees provide incredible benefits to our economy, human and more-than-human health, the environment, and the overall aesthetics of cities. On Saturday, October 8th, ten educators from the Yakima area joined Pacific Education Institute (PEI) and ESD 105 to learn how...

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Student Climate Assembly Project

Student Climate Assembly Project

During the 21-22 school year, educators Dave Ketter and Lisa Eschenbach worked with science & social studies teachers at Bellingham High School to replicate elements of the Washington Climate Assembly during a civics unit. As with the Washington Climate Assembly,...

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