2,700,000 students
142 countries
1 mission

Teachers taking action for a better climate with their students. Join us.

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Today, young people across the world are expressing concern for the planet and for their future. They understand the urgency and critical importance of tackling the climate crisis, and they are ready to create meaningful change by taking action. Their views, their voices, their actions--youth of today are our biggest hope for the future.

The Climate Action Project creates space for classrooms of educators and students to create that change. During the free, six week project, classrooms collaborate with students across the world to create solutions and move their ideas into action.

Students in Africa planted millions of trees

European students invented solar lights

Students in the Middle East created their own bioplastics

What if students could create solar-driven carts, vertical gardens, eco-friendly soap, or policy change on a national level? Participating students have done this. And, so can you!
This project is supported by HH Dalai Lama, Queen Elizabeth II, Dr. Jane Goodall, world leaders and Ministries of Education across 16 countries. During the past years, the project was featured by media across 45 countries, including National Geographic, BBC, and CNN.
For 2021, Take Action Global is proud to partner with Cartoon Network’s Climate Champions program to help inspire and empower kids to make a world of difference to the health of the planet. Climate Champions encourages kids to introduce small but impactful changes at home or in their community.

We invite you to join us on our mission to take action for the planet through climate education.

Ongoing registration throughout the project. Climate education for all: anyone, anywhere!
Students, tell your teacher. Invite your school!
Teachers, join us by clicking here.

Free, 6-week project

During six weeks from October - November, students will explore, discuss, create, have fun, connect, and share their findings via weekly interactions and activities.

Future skills

The project targets important skills like creativity, empathy, problem-solving, collaboration, and critical thinking.

Synchronous and asynchronous learning

By watching videos of peers from around the world, learning becomes more authentic and interconnected. Mark your calendars for the final week when there will be a live online event designed for classrooms featuring world-renowned experts and leaders.

Are you ready to create impact on a global scale?

With schools in 142 countries, Take Action Global is the world's largest environmental education organisation. Discover the stories of our students.



2 students in Sierra Leone died due to mud floodings


Indian students made a solar driven cart

Well motivated

Egyptian students came to school during 4 weeks of summer holidays


Vietnamese students recycled


Nigerian students developed a biomass plant


Swedish students went to their prime minister and spoke to national television

Edible Water Bubbles

Canadian students made edible water bubbles. The scientific process behind is called spherification

Presidential support

Irish students received a letter from their president

60,000,000 trees!

The project lead to a massive tree planting in Malawi, supported by the president


Malaysian students visualized tree deforestation via Minecraft

Taking action

Portuguese students created a mural and spoke to national Portuguese television


American students developed a solar suitcase which offers free power supply to 1 school