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8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th


Social Studies

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No Fly Climate Sci

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  • No Fly Climate Sci is an online platform to raise the public sense of urgency regarding climate and aviation.
  • Students can read about Earth scientists, academics, institutions, and members of the public who are choosing not to fly or are flying less due to climate change.
Teaching Tips


  • The interactive map is easy to navigate and visually displays the people and organizations around the world who have joined the cause.
  • The resource includes stories of youth who have committed to fly less or not at all, which could be especially relatable and inspiring for students.

Additional Prerequisites

  • Students should have basic knowledge about the impacts of aviation on climate change. Teachers can use the Stay Grounded information page to establish this background.
  • When navigating the map, students can click on any No Fly icon to read the bio of that individual.


  • The resources tab includes a list of research articles that students can explore to learn more about the topic.
  • Students can research different solutions for the impacts of air travel and assess their potential effectiveness.
  • If students are interested, they can join the cause and submit their stories to be shared on the site.
  • With younger students, teachers can explore the site with them as a class and read aloud some particularly inspiring stories.
Scientist Notes
There is no contradiction in the map. Views and projections are appropriate. Resource is recommended for teaching.

This resource addresses the listed standards. To fully meet standards, search for more related resources.

  • Science
    • ESS3: Earth and Human Activity
      • MS-ESS3-3. Apply scientific principles to design a method for monitoring and minimizing a human impact on the environment.
      • MS-ESS3-4. Construct an argument supported by evidence for how increases in human population and per-capita consumption of natural resources impact Earth’s systems.
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