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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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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…
A catchy song about the danger of hydraulic fractured drilling (aka "fracking"). This two-and-a-half-minute video is a concise visual explanation of hydraulic fracturing (or ‘fracking’) and its consequences. The video, produced by David Holmes with …
Interactive tools that explore projected climate impacts in California. This interactive web-based climate adaptation planning tool enables users to visualize the projected impacts of climate change throughout California. Data is laid out in easily acce…
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 …
Greenpeace urges Facebook to go coal-free. Greenpeace International launched a campaign to get Facebook to drop coal and commit to clean energy, in an effort to curb climate change. The campaign is pushing for the company to use clean energy exclusively…
College students raise awareness about coal by organizing a flash mob...in their underwear. In partnership with PACT underwear, the Sierra Student Coalition have launched a campaign to encourage universities across the U.S. to transition away from coal …
A fun and educational cartoon about fracking. A short video produced to expose the risks and consequences of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking. Earthjustice's goal with the video is to motivate individuals to act now in order to protect their clean air a…
Youth gather in DC to demand clean energy and green jobs. This initiative from the Energy Action Coalition is a coalition of 50 youth-led environmental and social justice organizations. The organization convenes youth climate summits (in 2007, 2009 and…