Climate & Sustainability
To help you get started teaching with Minecraft, we’ve compiled some key resources – including sample lessons, starter worlds, training videos, and connections to other Minecraft educators to make the implementation of Minecraft in your classroom as smooth as possible.
TRY THESE FIRST!
Minecraft can help you bring your Environmental curriculum alive. Try these beginner lessons and worlds to engage your students' problem solving, technology, and communication skills.
We partnered with World Wildlife Fund on a new content pack, which includes an immersive Minecraft world and standards-based lessons. Explore these resources for hands-on learning about ecosystems, conservation and biodiversity.
Learn how sustainable processes work in real life, including the components of a sustainable home, managing waste products, generating electricity, responsible forestry, and more.
We Are The Rangers
We Are The Rangers is a series of standards-aligned lessons and worlds about wildlife conservation developed in partnership with United for Wildlife.
This set of lessons and worlds aligns to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and is intended to educate youth about climate change and how they can have an impact on improving the future.
Frozen Planet II
Discover the frozen parts of our planet in five Minecraft worlds inspired by Frozen Planet II, the BBC Studios series. Experience life through the eyes of astounding animals and learn about the effects of climate change.
Planet Earth III
Step into a wondrous world inspired by the landmark series from BBC Studios’ Natural History Unit. Play as a series of animals like the Cape fur seal and great white shark, the musk ox and Arctic wolf, and many more. Explore locations from the Arctic tundra to the Okavango Delta.
This collection of lessons and worlds is presented to help demonstrate the diverse ways Minecraft can be used to create immersive and engaging educational experiences in your classroom. Use these activities and worlds as they are, or as a starting point to adapt to your students' needs.