Made possible by Johnson & Johnson Foundation, the Girl Scout Climate Challenge invites both Girl Scouts and non-Girl Scouts to learn about climate science, connect with their communities, and share hope to create change.
The Girl Scout Climate Challenge runs now through November 30, 2022.
Grades K–5 Activity Guide (PDF)
Grades K–5 Youth Resources (PDF)
Grades 6–12 Activity Guide (PDF)
Grades 6–12 Youth Resources (PDF)
Adult Resource Guide (PDF)
Participate in a citizen science project as part of the Climate Challenge. Girl Scouts has teamed up with SciStarter to curate citizen science projects that connect to climate change. Learn more and get started with the Girl Scout Climate Challenge on SciStarter.
Check out the Environmental Justice and Biodiversity guides for Grades 6-12 from the Smithsonian Science Education Center’s Science for Global Goals.
Get Girl Scout Climate Challenge resources for AME Church.
Find inspiration for your Bronze Award project.
Build a box to observe bugs and learn how they move before releasing them.
Find houses in nature.
An inside look at baby-animal habitats and how they solve unique challenges.
List your observations and Bronze Award ideas.
Explore how scientists use observation to learn about our world.
Or make up your own song or poem.
Make an art project featuring your town.
Record how things are outdoors.
Actions you can take to make your own community safer from climate change.
Explore how scientists solve problems with a field guide.
To learn from a person or group who pushed for change in public policy.
Explore local water issues with this badge activity.
Make a mind-mapping tool to explore the root causes of issues you care about.
Explore how scientists solve problems and learn more about your environment.
How to seek the truth in the news you see, hear, and consume every day.