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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.


  • The Wild Face of Climate Change
    Written by Education
    A Workshop for Middle School Educators REGISTER TODAY
    Written on Tuesday, 26 August 2014 19:38 Read 209 times Read more...
  • Climate Lesson Update - June 2014
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    Climate Lesson Update - June 2014 June has been marked with monumental achievements in the fight to prevent climate change. Let’s break it down.
    Written on Thursday, 19 June 2014 11:59 Read 405 times Read more...
  • The EPA Targets Carbon
    The EPA Targets Carbon The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released the Clean Energy Plan proposal this week. In the document, the EPA lays out how the United States will cut carbon pollution from existing power plants over the next (15) years. Without a national limit on carbon emissions, our nation’s health and wellness are…
    Written on Wednesday, 18 June 2014 11:42 Read 200 times Read more...
  • Thank a Phenologist
    Thank a Phenologist Want to know about the impacts of climate change in your community? Talk to a phenologist (that is: someone who studies events happening in nature). While “global warming”, as a term, is going out of favor because it’s describing things happening at an intangible, global scale, “climate change” seems to…
    Written on Tuesday, 27 May 2014 11:09 Read 243 times Read more...
  • Climate Lesson Update - May 2014
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    Climate Lesson Update - May 2014 The National Climate Assessment report is the most comprehensive, user-friendly and visually intriguing collection of the impacts of climate change on the United State yet available. It was released this month to much acclaim in the media and political arenas.
    Written on Tuesday, 27 May 2014 08:18 Read 389 times Read more...