Welcome to the Climate Week resources page. Here you can find materials and resources to help make your event during Climate Week 2013 a success. Just click on the links to start downloading. Good luck with your activities!
Climate Week Newsletter Text – promote Climate Week in your newsletter or website:
- Climate Week Things to Do Guide – ideas on what activities you can run for Climate Week 2013:
Climate Week text for your Newsletter
Climate Week Logo – use the Climate Week logo in your promotional materials:
Climate Week Poster – use the Climate Week Poster to publicise your event:
Climate Week 2013 Challenge Material – information on how to take part in Britain’s biggest environmental competition, the Climate Week Challenge:
Join the Swap Guide – swap your clothes, books and DVDs for a good cause and run a Climate Week Swap:
Climate Week Cuisine Guide – details on Climate Week Cuisine and how to eat more sustainable food:
Climate Week’s Guide to the Media – tips to promote your Climate Week event with the media:
‘Be Climate Ready’ Guide – in collaboration with DEFRA and the Environment Agency, a quick guide for medium-sized businesses and organisations on adapting to the effects of climate change:
The Climate Week Lecture Guide – deliver a lecture on climate change for Climate Week:
The Climate Week Match – hold a match day for Climate Week:
For specific resources for school teachers, please visit our Teacher Resources section of the website.
Understanding Climate Change – The Met Office, the lead science advisor to Climate Week, explains our climate system and how it is changing.
Saving energy in your home – The Energy Saving Trust provides tips on how to save energy and reduce waste.
If you would like to contact us for any other resources, please email us at email@example.com.