climate action Tag

Not all scientists wear lab coats or call themselves scientists. They might be students, teachers, activists, organizers, children, politicians… the list goes on. But in the context of citizen science, they’ve contributed as much to the study of our environment and climate action as any...

What began as a U.S. Democratic Senator’s call to unite under a common cause—protecting the planet—became a watershed moment and a global phenomenon. Today, Earth Day is marked by demonstrations, parades, large-scale clean-ups, and other awareness-oriented activities. A series of movements in pockets around the...

In no other time in history has the need for education on climate change been so important. Unfortunately, a vast majority of the population is still in the dark about climate change and its effects. Global action requires global resolve, which can only be galvanized...

As the conversation surrounding climate change continues, we have begun to see its devastating effects. From freak storms and typhoons to raging forest fires, the range and destruction as a consequence of environmental change has affected us all. In the context of dealing with the vulnerability of...