Climate change is affecting wildlife populations all over the world. Rising global temperatures, increase in extreme weather events, and melting ice sheets are among the many ways climate change affects the relationship between wildlife and their environment. Healthy ecosystems are essential for wildlife populations to thrive. In order for an ecosystem to be considered healthy, it needs to have the right conditions to support a range of organisms. The elimination of one or more of those organisms, or a drastic change in the environment, can cause extensive damage to that biological community. These curated StC resources will help students make a connection between climate change and the worldwide decreases in wildlife populations.