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August 25, 2014
Amy Huva

From rural farming communities in Australia to Indigenous communities in the United States and urban groups in the United Kingdom, many different people are coming together to protect their land, their water and their property.

August 18, 2014
Amy Huva

We all have a finite ‘pool of worry’ – it’s the amount of brain space and emotional energy we have to be concerned about things, and for most people, climate change doesn’t get in beyond the shallows.

August 7, 2014
Kristin Baja

The Make a Plan. Build a Kit. Help Each Other campaign is being run by the City of Baltimore, Office of Sustainability to encourage Baltimore City residents to start engaging in conversations about preparing for climate impacts with a specific focus on neighborhoods most vulnerable to climate change impacts.

July 3, 2014
Kristina Stefanova

Since 2007, The Climate Institute has produced the Climate of the Nation report taking the Australian public’s pulse on climate change, its impacts and solutions.

June 26, 2014
Amy Huva

Rooftop solar power keeps making leaps and bounds across the globe. On May 11th of this year, Germany generated 74% of its electricity needs from renewable sources and broke records for solar power generation.

June 6, 2014
Climate Access

Blog post by: Cara Pike and Amy Huva

We often talk about the need to broaden the movement and encourage more voices beyond the traditional environmental base to speak about the need to act on climate. 

May 29, 2014
Amy Huva

This week, the City of Eugene did what no one else has been able to do since the Kyoto Protocol expired