The Climate Toolkit: A Resource Manual for Science and Action

Announcing the release of The Climate Toolkit: A Resource Manual for Science and Action through PDXScholar.  This is an activity manual put together by Frank Granshaw, with the help of a number of people for a climate science for nonscientists course taught at Portland State University...

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What Could Possibly Go Right?

Victoria Santos, Ocean Robbins, and Dr. Susanne Moser join author, and activist, Vicki Robin, for three new episodes of our video and podcast series, “What Could Possibly Go Right?” In each episode, guests answer this central question from their own unique, informed perspective, while...

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US Climate Resilience Toolkit

The U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit is designed to help people find and use tools, information, and subject matter expertise to build climate resilience. The Toolkit offers information from across the U.S. Federal Government in one easy-to-use location. The site is managed by NOAA’s Climate...

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Mrs. Green’s World podcasts: Impact Earth

Do you want to change the world? Do you want to build a healthy, sustainable and socially just planet? If so, Mrs. Green’s World podcasts: Impact Earth; Impact Humanity and Down to Earth are for you. These podcasts raise awareness about climate reality, sustainability, innovation and mindful...

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How our brains make it hard to solve climate change

By Chris Mooney  May 14, 2020 at 6:30 a.m. PDT Shahzeen Attari, 38, is an associate professor at the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University. She’s particularly focused on the way people perceive their personal energy use and the decisions they make in their daily lives,...

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350PDX Updates and Resources

It has been almost three weeks since our lives fundamentally changed. 350PDX has changed too, and we’ve tried to quickly adapt to this moment. Here’s our plan. Look after the community The health and economic wellbeing of our volunteers, our supporters, and the wider Portland community...

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Center for Sustainable Economy

West Linn, OR-based Center for Sustainable Economy “straddles the divide between a think tank and a do tank. We conduct peer-reviewed research on the full range of sustainable development challenges humanity faces, including climate change, deforestation, extinction, inequality and poverty....

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Second Nature Solutions Center

Second Nature’s Solutions Center identifies carbon and energy reducing activities to support campus climate action goals. The objective of the Solutions Center is to help campuses review more quickly the solutions available and to help build a presentation for decision makers to be able to...

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Wild Center’s Youth Climate Program

The Wild Center’s Youth Climate Program is thrilled to announce a suite of brand new resources for planning Youth Climate Summits and supporting youth-led climate action.  All new resources can be found on our website: www.wildcenter.org/youthclimate. Please help us spread the word.  We...

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The Crazy Town Podcast

The Crazy Town Podcast: Navigating the Anthropocene The Crazy Town podcast returns for a second season. Asher, Rob, and Jason are back with all new episodes, all new outrage, all new laughs, and even all new solutions as they search for sustainability, justice, and obscure pop culture references....

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Demond Drummer: A Green New Deal

Demond Drummer is one of the true intellectual architects of the Green New Deal. In his keynote speech at the 2019 Bioneers Conference, he draws from the history of FDR’s New Deal, the WWII mobilization, the moonshot of the 1960s, and the Civil Rights Movement to explain the critical importance of...

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