Climate change education in New England is alive, well, and growing. Most of the informal educational institutions in the region touch on the subject in discussing more specific aspects of ecology, from maple sugaring to bird migration. The centers listed below have specific programs that have been developed for climate change.

Harvard Museum of Natural History, MA

The Harvard Museum of Natural History has a class that addresses ancient climate change and how the modern change is different.

Hitchcock Center for the Environment, MA

The Hitchcock Center for the Environment has an "energy investigations" program that explores energy use, and the connections between human activity and climate change.

Kellog Environmental Center, CT

The Kellog Environmental Center offers a program that discusses climate change and its causes, as well as a workshop on climate change education.

Lloyd Center for the Environment, MA

The Lloyd Center for the Environment has a Climate Science Learning Project in the Fall River School District, MA. They focus on the immediate aspects of climate change - hands on measurements with various meters, and discussing what the local impacts of a warming climate might be.

The Loon Center, NH

The Loon Center has periodic presentations on climate change, and on its impact on loons.

Margret and H.A. Rey Center, NH

The Margret and H.A. Rey Center is collaborating with researchers at Plymouth State University to study the ecological impacts of climate change on Mount Tecumseh in Waterville Valley, NH. They are using this work as an opportunity to educate their visitors about both climate change, and process of conducting research.

McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center, NH

McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center, the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, the Seacoast Science Center, and the the Mount Washington Observatory have partnered to develop the Sea to Lake, Summit to Sky Initiative:

Sea to Lake, Summit to Sky combines the resources, reputations, and complementary programs of four leading New Hampshire informal science education centers. Lessons explain real world instances of environmental change here in New Hampshire through astronomical, climatological, geographical, and ecological perspectives. The integrated lessons reach schools via outreach, interactive video-conference presentations, and off-site field trips

Mount Washington Observatory, NH

The Mount Washington Observatory, the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, the Seacoast Science Center, and the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center have partnered to develop the Sea to Lake, Summit to Sky Initiative:

Sea to Lake, Summit to Sky combines the resources, reputations, and complementary programs of four leading New Hampshire informal science education centers. Lessons explain real world instances of environmental change here in New Hampshire through astronomical, climatological, geographical, and ecological perspectives. The integrated lessons reach schools via outreach, interactive video-conference presentations, and off-site field trips

North Branch Nature Center, VT

The North Branch Nature Center has a program addressing the changes in bird behavior patterns, and how they relate to the warming climate. They also have periodic presentations or lectures on aspects of climate change, among other topics.

Seacoast Science Center, NH

The Seacoast Science Center, the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, the Mount Washington Observatory, and the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center have partnered to develop the Sea to Lake, Summit to Sky Initiative:

Sea to Lake, Summit to Sky combines the resources, reputations, and complementary programs of four leading New Hampshire informal science education centers. Lessons explain real world instances of environmental change here in New Hampshire through astronomical, climatological, geographical, and ecological perspectives. The integrated lessons reach schools via outreach, interactive video-conference presentations, and off-site field trips

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, NH

The Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, Seacoast Science Center, the Mount Washington Observatory, and the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center have partnered to develop the Sea to Lake, Summit to Sky Initiative:

Sea to Lake, Summit to Sky combines the resources, reputations, and complementary programs of four leading New Hampshire informal science education centers. Lessons explain real world instances of environmental change here in New Hampshire through astronomical, climatological, geographical, and ecological perspectives. The integrated lessons reach schools via outreach, interactive video-conference presentations, and off-site field trips

White Memorial Conservation Center, CT

The White Memorial Conservation Center conducts a program for sixth graders that focuses upon climate change and invasive species.