Do you have questions regarding climate change in your community? ArcGIS activities allow clubs and community members to see their town through the lens of climate change and ask questions that are relevant to their local landscape.
Climate Action Toolkits
Toolkits and resources to educate, empower, and activate youth on their climate action journey. *NEW* Resources for educators, too!
Do you want to stop purchasing fast fashion clothing brands and start your sustainable fashion journey but are unsure where to begin? No fear; the capsule wardrobe is here!
Learn how to communicate effectively in general to increase interest in the climate movement and approach tough issues in creative ways!
Are you looking to bring community, fashion and sustainable living together? Consider hosting your clothing swap!
Learn how to identify compostable and biodegradable materials. Although the terms are often used interchangeably, they are actually not the same!
Complete a Learning Lab in four sessions! This toolkit will show you how to lead students through the educate, empower, and activate steps of any TCI Learning Lab in four 1-hour sessions.
Engage in an interactive, hands-on activity to understand the impacts microfibers have on our ecosystems. This toolkit will walk you through a washing machine simulation mimicking how microfibers are released. Learn how human consumption impacts ecosystems and what you can do to lessen the harm of microfibers.
Learn about mitigation and adaptation strategies already in existence to combat climate change impacts. Connect these solutions to your local landscape, assess what applies to your community, and feel empowered to take action!
All communities struggle with the incursion of invasive plants and animals into the native ecosystem, and this topic can be a tangible way for students to explore the impact of humans and climate change on their local landscape.
Our toolkit will introduce you to thermochromic pigment and allow you to visualize how heat impacts your local landscape.
Utilize our Tree Equity Score toolkit to understand the disparities in access to green spaces and the intersections between race, class, health, age, and temperature in the U.S.
TCI’s Upcycling and Innovation toolkit challenges participants to breathe new life to items that would otherwise end up in the landfill. This toolkit can be paired with TCI’s Waste Audit and conducted with waste items collected during the assessment.
Looking to embark on a new self-challenge? The wardrobe diet might be for you. By limiting the number of clothing items, you are allowed to use in a specified period; the activity will put your wardrobe's versatility to the test and challenge your creativity.
TCI developed the Waste Audit toolkit as an introductory analysis of the waste an individual or group produces in a week. Conducting waste audits allows you to better understand the types of waste you produce and identify where they stream from.