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Early in 2020, the first koalas that were rescued during Australia's most devastating bushfire season were released back into the wild. It was a rare bit of good news after blazes left an estimated 27 million hectares (an area bigger than the size of the UK) scorched and over 1 billion animals lost. In a news cycle dominated by COVID-19, it's easy to forget about the other challenges the world is facing.

A six-session resource that explores the impact of extreme weather is one of several we have published on climate change. As the world's anger grows over the destruction of the natural world, climate change news stories are becoming ever more prevalent. It's vital that young people have the knowledge and skills to make sense of the stories, statistics and protests that are becoming a featuring regularly in the media.

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