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New resources

A few new resources you might find useful: Being the Change: Live Well and Spark a Climate Revolution, by Peter Kalmus. New Society Publishers, 2017. Arctic Report Card 2017. NOAA [National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration]. Short Video [3:36] on YouTube … Continue reading

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2 New Resources

Two new resources for those helping students explore the impacts of global warming & climate change: Fourth National Climate Assessment –  stand-alone report of the state of science relating to climate change and its physical impacts, prepared by the U.S. Global Change … Continue reading

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Climate Science 2017 published!

The new Climate Science Special Report confirms what most people have known for years: that climate change is happening, that it’s largely the result of human activity, and the impacts will be critical. (Catastrophic might be a better word.) The … Continue reading

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‘Stupid Book of Wrongness’

Another great issue from Rethinking Schools! This title article shows that even primary students can understand that climate deniers are wrong. Check out the magazine and A People’s Curriculum for the Earth… We have a duty to provide safe spaces for … Continue reading

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Artists Making Climate Change Real

This article gives some great examples of what artists can do to help people feel the reality of climate change, in drawing, painting, murals, and performance art. “These Artists Are Trying to Make Climate Change Visceral – Ten people turning … Continue reading

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