On this page you will find resources to support the development of your program. Some resources will involve links to external service providers.
Conservation and Climate Change Tools
Episode 1 - Basic Wildlife Rescue
Green Heroes is working with Currumbin Wildlife Hospital, WIRES, and the Animal Rescue Collective to produce a 10 part series of community education films.
Episode 2 - Rescue and Rehabilitation of Native Birds
Episode 3 - Flying Foxes and Microbats
Use this guide for tips on talking to young people and children about climate change.
We focus on encouraging honest conversations in classrooms that give hope, whilst not ignoring the reality and scale of the problem.
Use WORLD LARGEST LESSONS resources as a starting point to engage and inspire students aged 8-13 to become climate activists.
The ABC has launched BIG WEATHER – Produced in partnership with the Australian Institute of Disaster Resilience, this collection of Big Weather (and how to survive it) education resources delves into the causes, impacts, and responses to extreme weather events and provides information on how to survive them.
Outdoor school environments need to be safe, stimulate physical and cognitive development of children and encourage learning. These key requirements are jeopardised by increasing summer heat.
Click on the School Microclimates image to access the worksheet provided about research and recommendations by the NSW Government, Western Sydney University and Macquarie University about reducing summer heat hazards for children through planting, shading, and low heat pavement options.