No Planet B



From wherever you are logging in and whatever your role in tackling the climate threat, you are very welcome to the EIS No Planet B Exhibition.

We hope you enjoy exploring and that you find it to be a vibrant and varied reflection of the climate-themed learning that our members across Scotland are engaging their learners in every day within Early Years, Nursery, Primary and Special Education. 

Take your time… and feast your eyes and ears on the poems, stories, artwork, science projects, songs, films and drama pieces on climate change, climate justice and climate activism, that the young people in our educational establishments have created.

The work captures what they have to say about the critical threat to the existence of our planet and their vision of how we must act to avert it. 


While the opening of the No Planet B Exhibition coincides with Scotland’s hosting of the COP26 Summit in Glasgow, it will not end when the summit does. It will remain open at least for the duration of this academic session.

This is because the EIS is committed to the permanent promotion of climate education. We view it as an essential element of the curriculum that must enable our children and young people to explore and understand climate issues, to contribute to the collective endeavour to save our planet now and to safeguard its long-term future.

Scotland’s learners need to be supported to play their part as young citizens of the world in humanity’s collective response to the urgent threat that the climate crisis poses.

And climate education is critical to enabling young people’s participation in the development of just and sustainable ways of living and working for the longer-term future of Planet Earth.

This exhibition seeks to give a snapshot view of how Scotland’s teachers are building climate awareness and young people’s agency through innovative, creative climate education.

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If you would like to submit a climate-themed poem, story, artwork, science project, song, film and drama piece, any piece of work, which reflect the learning pupils are undertaking in the essential areas of climate change, climate justice and climate activism.