Now you can go to Yale Climate Opinion Maps and see how the people in your town, county or Congressional District think about Climate Change! You’ll be amazed at the amount of information that’s displayed and how easy it is to access.
Whether you’re a program developer, evaluator, researcher, or funder, eeRESEARCH can help you find resources to support your work and improve practice! Browse more than 1,000 research summaries and syntheses, or use a variety of tools to narrow your search to the topics, authors, or focus areas that interest you.
Ever wonder what Scientist’s would say about a climate change article in a newspaper or other media outlet? Here’s a resource that you may find useful whether you work with students in classrooms or community members.
LearnHowToBecome.org is a comprehensive website for students and other young professionals to find and explore resources related to a variety of careers. It includes sections on career types and paths, colleges, online education, and a resource center.
The Center for School, College & Career Resources (CSCCR) collects data to help students make smart choices about where and how they choose to attend college. They also have resources for special groups, including veterans, students with disabilites, and minority students.
The Youth-focused Citizen and Community Science (YCCS) website offers a suite of resources and recommendations to help teachers and informal science educators involve youth in the production of authentic science. They can do this through data collection, but also interpreting or sharing findings. But what does this mean for science learning? To answer this question, a group of researchers at University of California Davis led by Dr. Heidi Ballard, along with the Center for Community and Citizen Science, began conducting case studies with YCCS projects in Northern California and bringing together key stakeholders to explore when and how YCCS works best.
Now more than ever, the choices we make as a species will determine the world we leave for future generations. With PlanetVision, the California Academy of Sciences offers a blueprint for a sustainable future. By focusing on straightforward, effective actions that individuals, communities, businesses, and governments can take to improve our food, water, and energy systems, solutions to these global challenges are in sight.