How to Become a Greenz Climate Champion

Last updated: Thursday, June 23, 2016 6:47 AM

An interactive climate change toolkit for primary schools in Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique

Why a toolkit on climate change? In Grenada, the science, geography and social studies curriculum includes some components of climate change and environmental stewardship.

However, only limited resources are available for educators to get students actively involved in the topic of climate change. This Grenada-specific toolkit includes a lot of child-friendly illustrations, such as stickers and posters for the classroom.

Most units are discussion-based and exercises will be activity-based, some include field-trips.

The target groups of the toolkit are educators and primary school students (grade 3-6). Participating students could be involved in community and research projects in their respective parishes.

What is part of the toolkit?

  • The teacher manual
  • The worksheet collection
  • A student passport (each student will receive a passport which will be filled out after each unit)
  • Stickers for each unit (colour & B/W, for passport after completion of a unit)
  • Posters for each unit (for classroom)

See the download section to the right.

What are the subject areas?
There are 8 units in total. They are all linked to climate change and each unit includes practical activities and discussions.

  • Unit 1: What is Climate Change? - “Time in a Bottle”
  • Unit 2: Weather & Climate - “Who wants to be a meteorologist?”
  • Unit 3: Ocean Pollution - “Storm Drain Stenciling”
  • Unit 4: The Greenhouse Effect - “Feeling hot, hot, hot…“
  • Unit 5: Energy - “Light up my life”
  • Unit 6: Mangrove Preservation - “MagnificentMangroves”
  • Unit 7: Waste Reduction - “Make your own shopping bag”
  • Unit 8: Sustainable Fishing - “Let’s go Fishing”

Where can you get it from?
All material can be downloaded on this page and from www.iccas.gd. For further hard copies and information/ assistance contact the Head of Environment Division in the Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment.

Who is responsible for the toolkit?
The Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Forestry, Fisheries and Environment, the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development and the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) under the “Integrated Climate Change Adaptation Strategies” (ICCAS) Programme have developed the toolkit. ICCAS is funded by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) as part of its International Climate Initiative (IKI). ICCAS is jointly implemented by the Government of Grenada, GIZ and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

© Government of Grenada and GIZ: The Government of Grenada and GIZ shall hold the copyright for the published objects. Images, graphics, and texts of this sort may not be copied or used in other electronic or printed publications without obtaining the express, written authorisation of the Government of Grenada. Except for poster 1, 4, 6 and 8. Their content is owned by the Grenada Market Access and Rural Enterprise Development Programme (MAREP). 

For professional quality printing, kindly ask the Environment Division in the Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment for the high-resolution versions (manual, passport and posters).








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