SDG Accord Report

A global alliance of the world’s universities, colleges and sustainability networks have released the second annual SDG Accord report; ‘Progress towards the Global Goals in the University and College sector’. Presented at the UN High Level Political Forum in New York, the research shows increasing...

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Understanding Climate Change

The new book, Understanding Climate Change, is now out. Published by NSTA Press, the target audience is 7-12 grade students and teachers. Volunteers at ClimateChangeEducation.Org have read “Understanding Climate Change” and highly recommend it. The book is an important and influential...

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The Green New Deal

The Green New Deal: How to fix the economy without breaking the planet We’ve all heard the excuse that fighting climate change will cost jobs. But a handful of politicians are rebutting that argument with a new package of policies that pairs labor programs with climate action. It’s called the...

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10 Principles to Communicate Climate Change

Explore this tipsheet and 10-minute video highlighting the top 10 principles to keep in mind when selecting effective climate change visuals. These resources are from Climate Visuals, a Climate Outreach program, and Resource Media...

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Transport and Climate Change 2018 Global Status Report (TCC-GSR)

The Partnership on Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT) is leading the production of a regular Transport and Climate Change Global Status Report (TCC-GSR) to bring together information streams on transport and climate change and to offer policy-makers and practitioners three key elements:...

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The Earth Scientist – Spring 2019

The Earth Scientist is the peer reviewed quarterly journal of the National Earth Science Teachers Association. The 2019 Spring edition was sponsored by NOAA Planet Stewards. Within its whopping 63 pages, wonderful projects completed by NOAA Planet Stewards educators Kottie Christie-Blick, Dr....

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Big Planet, Big Feels

The “Big Planet, Big Feels” podcast is produced by Sarah Jaquette Ray and Madi Whaley.  Adapting to climate change is an emotional endeavor.  Let’s talk about it. Check out their podcast at: https://www.bigplanetbigfeels.net/

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Free Children’s Book Helps Parents Explain Climate Change

Model and activist Lily Cole has narrated a digital children’s book all about climate change, which aims to help parents talk to their children about the environment. The book — Is This My Home? — is aimed at children aged between 5 and 8 years old, and follows the story of a little girl traveling...

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Faith Climate Action Week Kit

Get ready for Faith Climate Action Week, being celebrated from April 5th – 14th, part of the international Earth Month celebrations in 2019! This year join with thousands of faith communities around the country to spread the word about climate change and take action on the most pressing...

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Drawdown EcoChallenge 2019

Drawdown EcoChallenge 2019 is happening this April 3-24! Join us for another three weeks of fun, social, impactful ways to take measurable action on the most substantive solutions to global warming. Drawdown EcoChallenge is offered in partnership by EcoChallenge.org and Project Drawdown. Together...

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Climate and Security

Human security is “a condition that exists when the vital core of human lives is protected” (IPCC, AR5 (2014)) and arises from the complex interaction of multiple cross-cutting factors. Within this complexity, there are critical interlinkages between the consequences of climate change and...

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