The problem [of climate change] is compounded by the fact that the connection between cause and effect seems so improbable. By turning on the lights, filling the kettle, taking the children to school, driving to the shops, we are condemning other people to death. We never chose to do this. We do not see ourselves as killers.
George Monbiot, British journalist and activist (2006)

My Facebook page Martin Gustafsson's Take on Data, started in 2016, can be found if you click here, but it is now also replicated on the current website here. The Facebook blog has a mix of education planning posts and climate change posts.

My YouTube channel Climate change by numbers is incomplete, but what's there is final (though open to criticism and revision). The plan is to have around 18 'long' videos of around 20 minutes each, plus shorter introductory ones. This is a labour of love, I'm not paid to do this, and there's no official project deadline, so how fast I complete the entire project relies a lot on the time I can find for this, whether it is considered useful by viewers, and how my personal sense of panic on the issue of climate change evolves over time. The script for the various videos is accessible here.

In 2021 I completed a working paper that provides a fairly detailed account of the concepts, analyses and policies the comprise the basis for South Africa's emissions reductions strategies. To me it seemed there was nothing like this available, in the sense of a thoroughly referenced account in relatively plain English, which for instance a secondary school teacher could use to plan a series of classes, or an assignment for students. The appendix to the paper describes where in the existing grades 10 to 12 curriculum climate change topics can be found.

The paper led to a Rhodes ISER webinar, a YouTube video of which appears below.