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Climate Change

Climate Change

Climate Change & Action Resources

 

Science MomsScience Moms

We founded Science Moms to help mothers who are concerned about their children’s planet, but aren’t confident in their knowledge about climate change or how they can help.

Guide to Climate Action

 

 Your guide to Climate Action

    Great Article: We Can’t Tackle Climate Change Without You

Climate 101: Weather vs. Climate

Climate Solutions 101: Six Training Modules

 

How To Make Radical Climate Action The New Normal

 

Al Gore recently gave a TED Talk and asked the question, ” Will we deploy solutions to the climate crisis in time?” Please watch this video and learn about the radical changes we need to make right now. We only have 8 years left.

A net-zero future is possible, but first we need to flip a mental switch to truly understand that we can stop the climate crisis if we try, says Nobel laureate Al Gore. In this inspiring and essential talk, Gore shares examples of extreme climate events (think: fires, floods and atmospheric tsunamis), identifies the man-made systems holding us back from progress and invites us all to join the movement for climate justice: “the biggest emergent social movement in all of history,” as he puts it. An unmissable tour de force on the current state of the crisis — and the transformations that will make it possible to find a way out of it.

 

Climate Change in Our Backyard

 

Climate Change in our backyard

Check out these two Resources to learn more about “Climate Change in our Backyard”

 

  • “The World’s Littlest Book on Climate: 10 Facts in 10 Minutes about CO2” authored by Dr. Pieter Tans, Mike Nelson and Michael Banks. For a Copy of the book email: tenintenCO2@gmail.com

Code Red Climate ChangeCode Red for Humanity

By: Craig Hebrink, VP Sustainable Broomfield

Have you read or heard about the latest IPCC ( Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) report and are wondering what you can do to help? Individual actions are great, but to make a significant difference, we all need to become active in the battle to make systemic changes. Luckily, there are some easy ways for us all to participate, thanks to the efforts of climate activists who have laid the groundwork for us.
Here is a link which will take you to the Call4Climate website. They have set up a system that will connect you with your senators offices automatically, where you can ask them to take action to address key climate initiatives. They even provide a script for you, including 4 key requests. Dial one number and follow the prompts.
Also, Emily Atkin, author of the Heated newsletter, has compiled a list of actions you can take, sourced from readers of the newsletter.  If you enjoy this, I would also recommend checking out becoming a subscriber of Heated.  Read more in the Full Article