The Government of Canada has setup a fund to support environmental literacy to help citizens, particularly youth, to have a better understanding of the issues we are facing so informed choices can be made.
As The Honourable Steven Guilbeault, Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change, stated in a recent press release:
"Nearly every aspect of a young person's future will be affected by climate—their jobs, their homes, energy use, transportation, food, water, health, personal security, and more. Environmental literacy is a key to understanding and further developing innovative solutions to climate change. We need to empower young Canadians, their educators, and families, providing them with the skills and information they need to thrive in a future shaped by climate challenges."
If you live oustide of Canada, perhaps your government has as similar program in place. And if not, maybe with some advocacy it can be started.