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Climate Solutions 101—presented by Project Drawdown—is a video series focused solely on climate solutions. Project Drawdown centers game-changing climate action based on its own rigorous scientific research and analysis. This course, presented in video units and in-depth conversations, combines Project Drawdown’s trusted resources with the expertise of several inspiring voices from around the world.

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In Christchurch, New Zealand, the city implemented a recycling scheme modeled on rewards. The plan involves placing a large gold star on the curbside wheelie bins of successful recyclers, and removes the bins of those who repeatedly fail to recycle properly. The percentage of recycling trucks able to head to the sorters is now nearing 80%.

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Kids Code Jeunesse is challenging YOU to prevent plastic pollution! Kids Code Jeunesse is challenging YOU to take a look at the world, and take action to make it better....

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Looking for a topic to energize a 4-H, scouting or day-camp session? Want a great subject for your classroom bulletin board? Wondering how to get students to take a more active role in class? Giving a speech soon and need the perfect way to start your remarks? "Today in Conservation" is where to look!

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EE Newsletter Program for 2nd-8th grade students providing 18 lessons on climate change including (but not limited to) the modern-day climate movement and past colonization, displacement due to natural disasters, greenhouse gases, educating females, and aquaponics.

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Addressing Climate Change can be super hard, so WOURLD offers the opportunity for everyone to contribute with something that is simple and easy as a starting point. Who doesn't love trees?? Track how much carbon dioxide your tree removes from the atmosphere, and track your behaviors and add that to it as well while you learn about tree science and how trees help support our planet. Go check it out and get started at their main website here: www.itswourld.com

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