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November 29, 2023
What happens if you ask students to write stories relating to Project Drawdown’s coastal and ocean sinks sector – and share their work? One outcome can be a collaborative class quilt!
January 24, 2020
I was teaching an introductory-level climate science course last semester, and a conference opportunity came up for me that would require I miss one day of classes. I decided to have students play The Climate Trail and write up a review of the game for an assignment.
June 17, 2019
Scientists – as we explore and discuss #ShowYourStripes, let’s make sure we share this data visualization with our non-science networks and engage in some science communication
November 24, 2018
Despite the growing use of the phrase “climate refugee”, there remains no international agreement on its definition and who should qualify as a climate refugee. I’ll repeat: neither the United Nations of any international agency that works with refugees or climate change recognizes any particular definition.
August 22, 2017
The State of the Climate Report for 2016 is out. Now, it’s time to enhance climate literacy through #Teach4Climate.
February 22, 2017
Climate Central is underscoring the value of science and rational approaches to policy making over the first 100 days our new President is in office with facts, stories, and videos
December 20, 2016
Event types from 2015 include tropical cyclones, extreme sunshine, nuisance tidal flooding, snowpack
drought, forest fires, and Arctic sea ice extent in addition to heat, cold, precipitation, and drought.
May 27, 2015
Have you heard the statement, “any geophysical time series can be represented by music.” Look no further than this blog post to listen to the sounds of climate data over time.