The National Climate Assessment report is the most comprehensive, user-friendly and visually intriguing collection of the impacts of climate change on the United State yet available. It was released this month to much acclaim in the media and political arenas.
|Letter to Climate Change Educators
The National Climate Assessment report is the most comprehensive, user-friendly and visually intriguing collection of the impacts of climate change on the United State yet available. It was released this month to much acclaim in the media and political arenas. To get the most out of this unique report, we recommend that you:
Check out our recent webinar on the National Climate Assessment (and read our recent blog post too!) to learn more about the people and process behind the document. Scrolling through the document is not only super easy, but fun and full of surprises. We hope that you will find it as valuable as we do!
John Smith & Kristen Poppleton
|In This Issue
Letter to Climate Change Educators
Stories from the Field
Moment of Inspiration
Citizen Science is bridging the gap between environmental education and science. Read more about it in this blog post by Learning for Sustainability.
Stories from the Field
For your convenience, we have extended the registration discounts for the 2014 Summer Institute on Climate Change and Energy Education. Join educators of grades 3-12 from around Minnesota, the Midwest and Nation to dig in to the content of climate change and energy. The agenda is available, and we’re excited about the guests and keynote speakers. Learn more and register today!
Registration fee: $125 (fee increase will occur after July 1st)
“Bring-a-friend discount”: Refer someone (or be referred and save $25 off or registration! (Available only through June 9th)
1. Free webinar from The Ohio State University: Climate Change Impacts on Wildlife. Learn more …
4. From the Center for Green Schools: National Action Plan for Sustainability in Education. Learn more …
|Moment of Inspiration
TED.com asks: “How do you solve a problem like the climate crisis?” Be moved by this brief video highlighting some of their most important videos of all time:
Also, there is a lot more that you can learn about climate change from TED.com here (we strongly recommend it!)