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What is the value of community assets in engaging individuals in urban environmental education? Turning vacant lots into community gardens, restoring old facilities and re-purposing them for environmentally-focused endeavors creates community assets. Hear from Prof. Marianne Krasny of Cornell University.

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“Earth: The Operators’ Manual” is a wonderful resource that you may remember from a few years ago! Now, Geoffrey Haines-Stiles and his colleagues have produced THE CROWD & THE CLOUD – which is to get a preview screening at the National Academy/Keck at 6pm, Weds March 15th. Catch the programs on air or online - all will be streaming at CrowdAndCloud.org as of April 1 - but if you are in DC, check out the preview and RSVP. Pleased to say NASEM says free tickets are going fast!

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Flipside Science is a youth-powered series that tackles complex environmental topics and empowers viewers to make a difference. This upbeat collection of videos, hosted by California Academy of Sciences youth, explores how local communities are addressing environmental problems with solutions ranging from vertical farming to sustainable transportation. In this unit--Exploring Energy--we'll highlight environmental issues related to energy use and conservation.

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What are some local actions we can take to protect our global ocean? In this Flipside Science unit, designed for a middle school audience, we'll dive into the issues affecting our oceanic resources and biodiversity. Here you'll find videos and activities on topics like plastic pollution in the ocean and marine invasive species.

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