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Strategic GoalTo support educators, students and the public with science-based interdisciplinary educational resources on climate change, its implications and solutions to achieve climate literacy.


  • Mike’s Climate Story, as told to Katie Siegner
    Cold weather has rarely stopped Minnesotans from going about their lives, and these days University of Minnesota-Duluth assistant professor Mike Mageau is proving that it also doesn’t have to stop fresh produce from growing year-round. Mike Mageau, assistant professor of Environment and Sustainability and Director of the Center for Sustainable…
    Written on Thursday, 26 March 2015 21:51 Read 67 times Read more...
  • DeAndra's Climate Story
    Having moved around many times as I grew up, I have been exposed to the humidity and heat of the low south and the artic temperatures of the high north. Even though I planted shallow roots in each of these places, I quickly got to know local people and deeply…
    Written on Monday, 23 March 2015 18:18 Read 221 times Read more...
  • David's Climate Story
    Written by David Evans
    Climate change is a complicated problem. As we’re starting to see, it will affect everything and everyone on our planet in nuanced ways, and the bulk of those effects will very likely be negative. This is the simple logic that compelled me to focus on energy and the environment in…
    Written on Wednesday, 18 March 2015 15:43 Read 67 times Read more...
  • Climate Lesson Update - March 2015
    Written by Education
    How are you teaching about climate change? Are you teaching a WSF lesson to your students? What is your favorite educational resource?  Have you implemented a service learning project at your school?  Do you have a twitter account where you retweet about climate change news? Any way you do it,…
    Written on Wednesday, 25 February 2015 20:45 Read 332 times Read more...
  • Climate Literacy Presentations at NSTA 2015: Chicago
    The Will Steger Foundation and other members of the CLEAN Network are going to be busy at the National Science Teacher’s Association Conference in Chicago in just a few weeks.  Check out the list of presentations below.  We hope to see you there!
    Written on Tuesday, 24 February 2015 21:17 Read 242 times Read more...

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