How Climate Migration will Reshape America

By Abrahm Lustgarten | Photographs by Meridith Kohut Millions will be displaced. Where will they go? August besieged California with a heat unseen in generations. A surge in air-conditioning broke the state’s electrical grid, leaving a population already ravaged by the coronavirus to work remotely...

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How video games are joining the fight to save the planet

As bush fires were raging across Australia in December 2019, players of Space Ape video games reached out to the company and asked what they could do to help. The London-based firm quickly put an in-game purchase into several of its mobile titles, with all proceeds going to either a wildlife or...

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2019 GPSEN Newsletters

Check out our Newsletter archives, in case you missed any of them or need to access to some of the details again.  If you would like to subscribe to our newsletter, please click here. Mid-December 2019 Newsletter: Awards and Opportunities December 2019 Newsletter:  Tonight and Beyond Mid-November...

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2020 GPSEN Newsletters

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Metro awards $700k for Nature in Neighborhood grants

The Metro Council recently awarded 12 community organizations $700,000 in grants for projects designed to increase racial equity and climate resilience in greater Portland by connecting people of color to nature.   This round of Metro’s Nature in Neighborhoods grants include a project that bring...

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CCL wins 2020 Keeling Curve Prize

The 2020 Keeling Curve Prize, named for Charles Keeling, the scientist who started charting the increase of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere in 1958, was awarded to Citizens’ Climate and nine other organizations Monday evening. “We are thrilled to see our efforts honored in this way,” Citizens’...

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