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Climate Change Resources for Jamaica

On this webpage you will find climate resources for information and educational purposes. There is a lot of very useful information about climate change on the web. These resources are primarily restricted to information about Jamaica.


These are videos available on They are useful for promoting discussion.


These are power points which you can use to present climate change to a general audience of diverse backgrounds. Speaker notes also provided.

Comic Book

Our Climate is Changing! - Danny and his community face climate change


The Climate Change is Real poster series covers important general topics related to climate change. The posters can be downloaded and printed.

Fact Sheets

The Climate Change Hot Topics series are one page Fact Sheets which provide a quick look at Climate Change and how it will impact our lives. They can be downloaded and printed.


These are short summaries of what we are doing under this project.

Educational Activities

These are fun downloadable activities for students to try to teach them a climate change lesson. Each activity is accompanied by a note to the teacher outlining what the climate change concept being taught is and why the activity illustrates the concept. The activities also reinforce other learning skills.
Illustrations provided by Denique Ferguson

4-5 Year Olds
Note: Each activity is provided both in full colour and without colour so that the children can have fun doing the colouring!

 9-11 Year Olds

To download all the Activity Sheets in one pdf click here

Other Resources

These other resources are documents that have a lot of information on how climate change will impact Jamaica. They are useful for research students.

Jamaican Climate Change Web Pages

Development of this site and some of the resources sponsored by:

These publications have been produced with the assistance of the European Union. The content of the publications are the sole responsibility of the Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction Project and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.

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