This poll captures how voters of color are moved by issues such as diversity in environmental groups, candidates addressing climate change, how voters see climate change impacting their communities, and much more.
If you are reading this, there is a strong chance you care about making the world a better place. As academics in higher education, nonprofit professionals, and global citizens, we, too, care about the urgent, interconnected issues facing people and the planet. Strengthening the environmental education profession through enhancing its efficacy, relevance, and ability to make change in the world requires augmenting connections with related professions and disciplines, for the benefit of all.
The National Wildlife Federation and Bard College’s Graduate Programs in Sustainability are launching a new campaign - #Teach10Hours4Climate - to increase the amount of time – five-fold – that K–12 students spend learning about the climate crisis and gain the knowledge and skills they need to adapt to a rapidly changing world. Go to www.teach10hours4climate.org to take the pledge and access the Guide.
In episode 165 of America Adapts, Doug Parsons hosts Dr. Katharine Mach who analyzes the IPCC report and its communications coverage. We also hear how the University of Miami is bringing adaptation and resilience into its curriculum
Join a new nature journaler with each episode to learn more about connecting to your place to understand how you fit in the ecosystem. A beginning to understanding how we affect climate change in a creative way.