Network Climate Action: Scaling Up Your Climate Impact

a new online course from the Civic Ecology Lab at Cornell University to start on April 7th! Network Climate Action: Scaling Up Your Climate Impact 5-week online course April 7 – May 12, 2020 Many of us want to do something about climate change, but individual actions can feel inadequate in...

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Webinar: The Art and Science of Teaching Climate Change

Presenter: Shannon Subers Date and time: Wednesday, April 1st, 2020, 7:30 p.m. EST Want to cover climate change in the classroom, but not sure where to start? You’re not alone. A recent NPR/Ipsos poll showed that less than half of K–12 educators surveyed tackle climate change in their classrooms....

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CLIMATE2020 – the worldwide online climate conference

The unique worldwide conference takes place from 23-30 March 2020 exclusively on the Internet – it is climate-neutral as all CO2 emissions will be offset! • CLIMATE2020 offers unrestricted, free access to high-quality scientific articles, climate projects and online courses 24 hours a day, 7 days...

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CLIMATE2020 – the worldwide online climate conference

CLIMATE2020 takes place from 23-30 March 2020 exclusively on the internet, in a climate-friendly manner – we will even off-set your CO2 emissions! You will have with free unlimited access to all kinds of high-quality scientific articles, climate projects and further learning opportunities 24 hours...

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Climate change: Schools failing us, say pupils

“It’s educated people who are causing the most damage to the planet,” says sixth-former Joe Brindle. Joe, 17, says schools need to put the environment at the heart of education. Ministers agree “it is vital that pupils are taught about climate change” but Joe says...

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CLEAN Climate Literacy Webinar Series

Check out the range of topics, and share this information with your networks: “Introduction to CLEAN” presented by Katie Boyd Thursday 2/6/2020 @ 6:30pm ET / 5:30pm CT / 4:30pm MT / 3:30pm PT Link to register and more details: https://cuboulder.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_BCH_RsWnTtewWBEH1xULcw...

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United by the Climate Crisis with Katherine Hayhoe

Dr. Katherine Hayhoe is a climate scientist, a professor in the Department of Political Science, a director of the Climate Center, and an associate in the Public Health program of the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at Texas Tech University. Her work has resulted in more than 125...

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Making Climate History Anya Zilberstein Lecture

Naturalists at the time observed rising ocean temperatures, sinking glaciers, and a disintegrating coastal ice shelf. Politicians, in turn, acted quickly on this information to reinvigorate Arctic exploration and the hunt for a Northwest Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific Oceans. Since then,...

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Bridging the Generational Gap on Climate Change

Join us for an intergenerational conversation on climate choices: how we should meet the challenges of a warming planet? Together, guests will share how climate change affects them, their families and friends. We will then consider various options to address this challenge, using actions and...

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