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The Engaging on Climate & Community Solutions Toolkit is the place to find tip sheets, case studies, campaign examples, and social science resources for engaging diverse audiences on climate solutions.
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Reality Drop is a new social media gaming tool developed by Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project that aims to counter false information in the media about climate change with accurate information, and thus “reveal the denial and deception around climate c…
In his second Inaugural address on January 21, 2013, President Obama expressed the need to deal with climate change and clean energy. “We, the people, still believe that our obligations as Americans are not just to ourselves, but to all posterit…
Update: May 2012 — Greenpeace is organizing activists to urge major tech companies, including Apple, Microsoft and Amazon, to get off coal and use clean energy sources to power data centers. Greenpeace International recently released a repor…