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December 17, 2014
Climate Access

Climate Access asked a handful of climate leaders to reflect on the most significant developments and important lessons of the past year when it comes to engaging audiences on climate change, as well as their views on the greatest opportunities and challenges in 2015. 

December 16, 2014
Darren Barefoot

Each year at Momentum for Change, we invite companies, NGOs and governments to apply to be recognized as a 'Lighthouse Activity' - a practical, scalable and replicable example of what people around the world are doing to tackle climate change.

December 1, 2014
Heidi Nutters

With so many sea level rise tools and models to choose from, how do you know what tool to use and when in planning and management considerations?

November 21, 2014
Ashley Brosius Stevenson

Climate Discourse

There has been an increasing need for the integration of risk into climate adaptation tools and resources to help communities and organizations prepare for climate impacts and increase their resiliency.

November 18, 2014
Keane Gruending

Cities are taking a major leadership position on climate via their actions on local energy.

November 7, 2014
Amy Huva

Climate Access' Amy Huva interviewed Minnesota Interfaith Power and Light to follow the success of their climate conversations campaign. 

November 6, 2014
Sutton Eaves

Stakeholder engagement is an important tool for involving people in the design and implementation of decisions that affect them. This is especially true in the field of climate planning, which requires extensive action from public and private sector leaders to overcome organizational silos and build support for solutions. 

October 22, 2014
Sutton Eaves

How can researchers empower managers and planners with new information on climate change impacts that helps inform how natural spaces are managed?

October 17, 2014
Cara Pike

Blog post by: Cara Pike and Tzeporah Berman 

If there is one story that fossil fuel companies and the government representatives they fund don’t want North Americans to hear is that the transition away from dirty, carbon intensive energy sources is already underway and delivering benefits to communities and individuals.