Category Archives: Climate

Vermont Research News – Mask wearing, fish species, voter fraud and more…

View this email in your browser twitter | facebook | website | instagram Best Methods to Encourage Mask-Wearing During the PandemicA recent study examined people’s motivations for and against wearing masks during the COVID-19 pandemic in Franklin County, Vermont. People for mask-wearing had motivations like keeping their family members and immuno-compromised friends safe. People who sometimes […]

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The Election & Upcoming Opportunities | Second Nature

A Message From Second Nature President Tim Carter With the election of President-Elect Joe Biden, here’s what we know: During their campaign, the Biden-Harris ticket made climate change one of their top focus areas and that remains true as they begin the transition. Their plan includes having the United States rejoin the Paris Agreement, as well as transitioning […]

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Six ways you can work on climate action

Dear Faculty, Staff, Students and Community, Check out the information below to help support clean energy climate solutions, sustainability in economic recovery, and  a more sustainable future! Thank you for sharing and using these opportunities. 1. Post-election civic engagement Now more than ever it is important to be engaged in our communities to create the […]

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Digital Artists/Social Media/Website Design Campaign Student Fellowships

The Change the Chamber campaign <https://www.changethechamber.org/> is taking action on the influence of Dark Money on our political system. TheUS Chamber of Commerce is the largest trade association in the US, but dueto its legal status as a 501(c)6 it can take money anonymously from donorsand member corporations, and then funnel it into any political […]

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October 2020 Newsletter – UNEP Youth and Education Alliance

OCTOBER 2020 NEWSLETTER Future generations will most likely look back at this moment as the single most significant turning point for action. So take a deep breath and decide that collectively, we can do this. And you will play your part.  – Christiana Figueres, Former UN Climate Chief who oversaw the historic Paris Climate Agreement and […]

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Climate Action Network for International Educators – Nov. 12

Climate Action Network for International Educators  Champlain’s Dublin Director Stephen Robinson is on the organizing committee and is a session moderator for the Climate Action Network for International Educators (CANIE) European Summit, to be held online on Thursday, November 12, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm EST.  For more information and to register for free, please […]

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Upcoming trainings, conference, and lobby days with Citizens’ Climate Lobby

Just want to give you an update on Citizens’ Climate Lobby opportunities… Building Political Will for Climate Solutions Workshop7 November 3-5pm ETLearn how to build political will for climate solutions using CCL’s five levers: lobbying congress, grasstops engagement, media relations, grassroots outreach, and group development. Please RSVP to obtain the Zoom meeting information in your […]

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#ClimateVoter pics at the polls. News & Updates from Citizens’ Climate Lobby

RFF webinar on future of carbon pricing; Learn about the five levers of political will Weekly Briefing, Oct. 21, 2020 CCLers do their part to make this election the year of the #ClimateVoter  With less than two weeks remaining before an election that will have a big impact on climate change policy, CCL volunteers are […]

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VTIPL Mid-October News Brief Climate Justice Series Continues

Green Mountains, Blue Water Earth Care News Mid-October VTIPL’s Climate Justice Series – Mission Farm Film EventKiss the Ground Viewing on October 18 Climate Justice Series with film, Kiss the Ground, Sun., Oct.18, Mission Farm & Rooting out Structural Racism in American Agriculture, Nov. 12 A Message from VTIPL’s President Ron McGarvey IPL’s Faith Climate […]

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Our Next Four Years: a climate zoom talk with Champlain faculty member, Ariel Burgess

I am giving a zoom climate talk, and you are invited! The Climate Reality Project is the brainchild and initiative of VP Al Gore. Their mission is to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every sector of society. Gore does this by training (now 30,000+) people around […]

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