The Dixon Foundation is proud to be supporting ClimateScience with an unrestricted grant until December 2022, to aid the development of new climate education materials and a platform housing ClimateScience content.
The grant is primarily being directed towards the production and publishing of 8 entertaining educational children’s books as well as their translation into multiple languages to support global usage. It is also being used to develop a new platform designed to support teachers use ClimateScience content freely in classrooms both digitally and physically by providing accessible offline resources globally.
With a long-term goal of getting their learning materials approved for integration into national curricula, ClimateScience will be offering distinct types of content for specific stages of education as well as digital tools supporting schools’ need to track learner progress, and means of providing supplemental teaching resources both online and offline.
ClimateScience creates impactful, multilingual, educational content based around beautifully illustrated, scientifically-grounded courses, quizzes, and books. It is a registered UK non-profit organisation involving over 200 volunteers collaborating as authors, illustrators, reviewers, translators etc., and has developed local community chapters in 20 countries, predominantly across the Global South.