Tuesday, October 17 through Thursday, October 19: Join us for virtual conference week at NAAEE. We’ll share a few highlights of what was planned for Puerto Rico through a series of webinars, live-streamed events, and conference session posts.
What are some ways that you can be green at home and work to help make wise choices for sustainability? Some of the easy ways include: recycling, re-using, walking and ride sharing, planting native, reducing water use, and much more!
"Visualizing Change” is a website [ http://vischange.org/ ] that provides a toolkit full of examples and dynamic visuals and builds on advances in cognitive and social science research, to enable informal educators to use visual narratives on climate change to more effectively reach diverse audiences.
What's your New Year's Resolution as it relates to your work or interest in climate change? Here, 13 respected individuals answer that question in 100 words or so, brought to you by Yale Climate Connection.
Those of us teaching students about climate change have a conundrum: How do we teach the extensive “bad news” – rising temperatures, erratic weather, flooding, and wildfires – while encouraging our students to engage with climate change rather than retreating into despair and denial?