The Climate School at Columbia University is committed to its goal of international education and its mission to develop and inspire knowledge-based solutions to educate future leaders, and a climate literate population, for just and prosperous societies on a healthy planet. The Earth Network: Climate Education for a Resilient Future aims to address the urgent need for climate education and empowerment through education co-development and partnerships. We convene and foster connections and collaborations amongst the existing and ongoing efforts on public and K-12, non-formal and informal climate education approaches across Columbia University and in the worldwide communities engaged by our researchers and educators. We will also take a life-long learning approach and will focus on all ages as we expand our network. In doing so, our Earth Network will help identify, map, and establish a database of ongoing and active programs, partners and collaborators, best practices, as well as developed products, resources, and tools. By sharing ideas and recognizing overlaps and gaps, Earth Network members can better co-develop and apply ideas for research and funding proposals to scale and expand our reach with policy and practice.