Climate News (92)
Climate News covers climate policy and climate news related events for a general audience.
Throughout our winter fundraising series, Dine for Climate, good food, good company and a good mission came together to unite a whole new community of Twin Cities conscientious eaters behind the climate change-solving potential of local and sustainable food.
Science educator, Craig Johnson, has been honored as a White House Champion of Change for his work in climate change education. He joins other Champions of Change in Washington, D.C. on Monday, February 9th from 1:00pm-3pm EDT, accompanied by our Director of Education, Kristen Poppleton.
Tune in to Minnesota Public Radio this week (February 2 – 6th) as they feature daily in-depth coverage on climate change. Look for stories with our founder Will Steger on The Daily Circuit and coverage of our Youth Summit with Governor Dayton!
Visit mprnews.org for more information.
In early December, the Will Steger Foundation co-hosted a screening of Antarctica: On the Edge at the St. Anthony Main Theatre, including a panel discussion after the screening with filmmakers Gary Smaby, Jon Bowermaster and our founder, Will Steger.
It was quite an honor to be invited to a White House convening of top leaders from across the “federal family,” the nonprofit sector, universities, professional associations, media, and philanthropy to discuss ways we can collectively advance climate change education.
WSF Executive Director Nicole Rom joined The White House OSTP for a Climate Education and Literacy Roundtable as part of the launch of a new Climate Education and Literacy Initiative to help connect American students with the best-available, science-based information about climate change.
Support the work of Will Steger Foundation by doing your holiday shopping at Ten Thousand Villages in St Paul! On Wednesday, November 19 from 5-8pm, we will receive a portion of all proceeds. Buy Fair Trade this holiday season, and support Will Steger Foundation too!
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