Kids Climate Action Network (Kids CAN) is a coalition of Oxford-based organisations and individuals working to create safe, fact-based and empowering climate change resources and information for children, and to support the adults around them.



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Kids’ homeschooling resources from Oxfam
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Some homeschooling links from our friends at Oxfam: New Year’s Resolutions: Help learners shape their ideal future COVID-19 responses around the world: A teaching resource for ages 9-14 Water: Home Learning Activities for ages 7-14 What do we all need … Read More

Nature-themed gifts for kids made with the environment in mind
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  Yesterday’s post was about why ‘Clean Up!’ by Nathan Bryon is my pro-environmental kid’s book of the year, and to find out about the great new lending library initiative by Oxford Poetry Library and The Children’s Allotment, the ‘Many … Read More

LCWO wins Westmill Solar Co-operative funding for KidsCAN work
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We’re thrilled to announce that we have been successful in our bid to Westmill Solar Co-operative’s first round of community grants. This grant will fund the creation of a guide for concerned adults wishing to engage with children about climate … Read More

Nathan Bryon’s ‘Clean up!’ is my favourite children’s book of 2020 – here’s why
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My 4 year old and I discovered this book earlier this year.  She loves it and so do I, and it is easily my favourite pro-environmental kid’s book of 2020.  Here’s why:   The main character is not white. The … Read More

Supporting youth climate action in our communities – useful lessons from an online event
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Last month, I was lucky enough to stumble upon an online Semble event, ‘Supporting youth climate action in our communities’.  Semble connects community groups with engaged business, in order to facilitate impact and grassroots-led change.  They build connections, offer practical … Read More

Talking to kids about climate change in a safe and empowering way – VIDEO for those who missed the workshop this week
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Some smiley faces on zoom Thanks to those of you who came along to our workshop on talking to kids about climate change, which we delivered as part of the CAG Fresh Thinking 2020 workshop series last Monday.  It was … Read More