Youth Resilience in a Changing Climate

Climate Mental Health Network and the National Environmental Education Foundation

Grant period

2022 - 2025

Location

US

The Climate Mental Health Network (CMHN) and The National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF) are committed to equipping educators with resources to address student emotions and personal experiences while teaching about climate change in developmentally appropriate ways. CMHN addresses the mental health consequences of climate change through education, community engagement and by harnessing the power of media and technology. NEEF funds and implements place-based K-12 STEM programming nationwide, with a track record of developing content for diverse educators. This grant will support the creation of K-12 interventions to address the climate mental health crisis amongst youth.

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2024 - 2025

UK, Global

Climate Cares Centre

Addressing the mental health effects of climate change on youth

2022 - 2024

UK

Cohort 2040

Support emerging environmental leaders across sectors with the inner and outer skills to better anticipate and respond to the climate crisis

2022 - 2024

UK

The Mindfulness Initiative

Developing evidence-based climate resilience programs at scale

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