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A new campaign is urging weathercasters to tell the truth about climate change. 2011 was a record year for extreme weather, but the many Americans who get their weather news from local TV may not realize the relationship those events have to climate change…
"Acting on climate change is an imperative; it's crucial for our future, for national security, for the environment, and for the economy." – Mindy Lubber, President of Ceres Investors from around the world convened at the United Nations on January 12,…
An infographic shows a campaign's global reach to engage communities in climate solutions. Founded by Al Gore, The Climate Reality Project is spreading the message that climate change is real and that solutions are available. The organization trains ind…
A film that explores how the climate movement can reframe the current narrative of environmental degradation into a "moving love story." EVOLVE LOVE is a documentary film that proposes that it's time for us to shift the narrative that has led toward the c…
The Centers for Disease Control found that a little humor (combined with the undead) increased public knowledge about emergency preparedness. Andy Goodman (cofounder and director of The Goodman Center) wrote a piece in the November 2011 issue of his new…
Two teenagers set out to see the Alberta Tar Sands for themselves and they chronicled their roadtrip in a video that explores the industry's impact on the region. In the summer of 2011, two friends traveled to Fort McMurray to take a first-hand look at …
Visualizing environmental impacts through animation. This three-minute video, produced by Markus Wagner and the LWZ Collective to accompany a composition by Matthias Hacksteiner, is an animated account of industrial development and humans’ impacts on …