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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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Sorority alumae transform a former gas station into a green community center in Portland, OR. In August 2011, the Portland alumnae chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. ("the Deltas"), a sorority founded by African American women in 1945, turned a…
A special exhibition at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian showcases photos, videos, and audio recordings of tribal communities' experiences with climate change. The media presentations at Conversations with the Earth offer first…
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 …
What's crazier - dancing to work or sitting alone in rush hour traffic? Karl Hardin, Communications Coordinator at the Dogwood Initiative (a leading land reform organization in British Columbia) dances to work in his video for The Crazy Sustainable Comm…
'Reflecting' our impact: A public art installation in NYC aims to shift awareness about climate change and sustainability. The 'Broadway: 1000 Steps' art installation plans to make sustainability local and tangible for NYC residents and visitors. The pr…
A series of photo exhibits to show the public that climate change is here and impacting the U.S. "This is Climate Change" aims to increase public awareness of climate change by exhibiting photos in public spaces that illustrate the effects of climate c…
Moving Planet organized a global day of action on Sept. 24, 2011 by asking individuals around the world to move the planet in a new direction - on bikes, skates, or on foot. Learn more about the event here. Image from www.moving-planet.org.
A video about PlaNYC's efforts to create an environmental agenda for New York City that minimizes carbon emissions through alternative fuels, energy efficiency and new technology. This video discusses PlaNYC's efforts to create an environmental agenda f…
The Aquarium of the Pacific organized a flash mob to raise awareness of climate change and how individuals can "freeze" carbon emissions to help polar bears, the planet, and future generations. On May 25, 2011 at 2:30pm, the Aquarium of the Pacific orga…
A interactive map of climate hot spots around the world. The Union of Concerned Scientists, a leading science-based nonprofit organization working for a healthy environment and a safer world, has produced the Climate Hot Map. This interactive learning t…