Inspiring climate awareness book
In 2020, Climate Planet Foundation launched an easy-to-read and inspiring climate awareness book "Hvis Vi Vil" (Danish) / "If We Act Now" (English). The book is anchored in the latest science, and provides a fact-based overview of the climate change issue, cutting through the confusion and providing concrete do’s and don’ts to save the climate. Aimed at bringing the climate change debate to a more actionable level, the book is written and produced by Zetland and funded by Climate Planet Foundation. Published by Gads Forlag
The Climate Science Curriculum
Today, climate education in public schools is inadequate and climate literacy is globally poor. With our extensive climate science educational programme we will help kids develop a better relationship with their world, inspire them to live differently and influence others with their insights and perspective. Read more
The Climate Planet film
This film is a scientific “tour-de-force” in an easily accessible and engaging format. Going back to the very beginnings of the creation of our planet. It shows how our climate relies on a complex balance of forces and how humans are effectively upsetting this balance.
From PPM concentrations, Keeling curves, gulf streams, methane gasses, PH values, IPCC and the Rio convention, the film is a condensed encyclopedia into all you need to know about our climate and what it takes to help stabilize it. Read more and see the film
The film “Breaking Boundaries: The Science of Our Planet” will focus global attention on the planetary emergency and the necessity for science-based action. In production by Silverback Films, the creators of the Emmy Award-winning Netflix blockbuster Our Planet. Netflix will release the film globally in over 170 countries. Scheduled for launch 2021.
The Climate Planet Experience 2017-2018
Climate Planet Foundation funded the traveling globe “The Climate Planet Experience”. Here people experienced the dramatic evolution of our climate in 40 minutes. The Climate Planet Experience visited Aarhus, Copenhagen, Bonn and Utrecht and provided an eye-opening account of our climate and the challenges we are facing, now and in the future. Read more