Climate Action Resources
Free Online Videos and Information to Help You Increase Your Impact on Climate Change

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There is a very large and growing amount of visual information  online that can be shared to inform others about climate change.  Since the volume of this visual information is so large, you can play an important role by selecting the visuals (images and short videos) that you think are the most interesting and sharing them with your network.  By doing this along with building a following on social media, you will essentially become a climate change “influencer” and significantly increase your impact.

To provide you with an introduction about the visual information that you can share now with your network and if you are interested, how you can begin your journey to become a climate change “influencer”, we have prepared the information below.

Some example YouTube channels that contain many videos, which you can view and share with your network:
Each channel includes an introductory video to itself. For example, see:
In addition, there are specific introductory videos to climate change that you may want to share with your friends and family.  For some examples, see:
One easy way to increase you impact is to create your own social media presence, such as a YouTube channel or Instagram profile, and share the information that matters to you most.  Your efforts can empower and encourage many other young people to persuade their family and friends about the need for action on climate change.  This is very important since research has shown that educating children may be the best way to reach parents who don’t seem to care about climate change.
To further empower your audience to push for action on climate change, the visuals can be linked to more detailed information.  For example, the climate visual shown below is also placed on its own webpage that includes links to more information about the topic of this video (coastal flooding).  An example link is thisSea Level Rise Viewerby the NOAA Office of Coastal Management, which enables a person to select a coastal area and view the expected water level for a selected year.
For additional content that you can share, you can go to websites that have already assembled interesting visual content about climate change, such as:
If you are interested in learning about solutions to climate change, there is several online resources available.  For example, see:
c) Nature Based Solutions Initiative by University of Oxford
In addition, there are considerable training resources available online to help you organize events and motivate people in your community.  For example, see: Training-Skill-Ups by 350.org.