In this podcast episode of America Adapts, host Doug Parsons and guests Leo Goldsmith of ICF and Dr. Michael Mendez lay out policy recommendations on how adaptation planners can properly consider the LGBTQ+ community in their planning for disaster relief.
Mongabay Kids is a free, nonprofit environmental education platform developed by scientists, conservationists, and journalists. Mongabay Kids creates inspiring nature & conservation media for kids (ages 6-12) and their adults. Visit our website for nature news, lessons, videos, art & craft activities, comics, interviews with conservationists & more!
FathomNet is a free, open-source image database for understanding our ocean and its inhabitants. It is intended for a wide variety of audiences, leveraging its open-source flexibility in how data can be downloaded or viewed.
Visit the newly developed Shmita Project webpage to find resources and programming from Hazon and their partners exploring the ways that traditional teachings about shmita shed light on a significant range of contemporary issues, including rest and work, relationship to land, relationship to community, relationship to debt and debt relief, definitions of community, inequality, and the issue of consumption itself.
League for Green Leaders is an online climate-action competition for children in grades 3-8 that is empowering, playful and action-based. The goal of the program is to make climate action engaging, relevant, and solvable for children.
Systems thinking is a very powerful tool that can help us understand and teach about environmental issues. None of us naturally know about or practice systems thinking. A short video and two articles (one for educators, other for students/public) illustrate systems thinking in diverse contexts and highlight the very important concept of "emergent system properties." Visit https://drartscience.com/blog
Redford Center Stories invites young people (particularly those in 5th-12th grade) to join a journey of learning that builds confidence for learning across any subject and puts them in the director’s seat to discover and articulate their wisdom as authors of humanity’s collective narrative.