• Generation Wild
• The Basics
• Conservation for Kids
• Teens: Join the Movement
• Stuff You Can Do
• Recommended Books and Movies
• Did You Know? Species Facts
Young Activists in the Spotlight
More interactive maps
Clean Air Act videos by youth
Download your own free monarch butterfly poster by Paul Mirocha (and learn more about monarchs)
• Amphibian and Reptile Extinction Crisis?
• Arctic Meltdown
• Arctic Oil Development?
• Bat Crisis: White-nose Syndrome?
• Elements of Biodiversity
• Endangered Species Act
• The Endangered Species Act: A Wild Success
• Extinction Crisis
• Global Warming: What, How, Why?
• Global Warming and Life on Earth
• Protecting Native Plants
• Restoring the Gray Wolf?
• Coral Conservation?
• Endangered Oceans?
• Ocean Plastics Pollution?
• Reef Fish in Peril?
• Sea-level Rise
• Water Supply?
Be inspired by these teachers:
• The Endangered Species Act: Sewing the Seeds for Success
• Saving Species: Far From Impawsible for These Fourth Graders?
• Activism is Elementary
Get project ideas from our Campaign Directory.
Have curriculum ideas or other things to share? Contact Anna Mirocha.
American pika by William C. Gladdish
Harp seal courtesy Flickr/MaryEllenandPaul
Coleman's coralroot by Center for Biological Diversity
Gray wolf by Robin Silver, Center for Biological Diversity
Mexican gray wolves courtesy Flickr/Caninest
The Endangered Species Act — Sewing the Seeds for Success
Spreading the Word to Stop the Spread of White-nose Syndrome
The Next Generation of Environmentalists
Reppin' the Earth
Saving Species: Far From Impawsible for These Fourth Graders
Singin' for the Species
There's a Coqui in My Shoe!
Activism is Elementary
Visit our full list of Activist Spotlights.
Then check out these student videos made for our Clean Air Cities campaign, plus these videos made by kids about saving the polar bear and its Arctic home.
Finally, here's a story about students working to get the lead out to save eagles from lead poisoning.