In 2021, Kentuckians for the Commonwealth and [their] partners in the Kentucky Just Transition Coalition knocked on thousands of doors to talk with Kentuckians living in urban, small city, and rural communities about the climate crisis.
No students, families, or educators should have to live in fear or grieve the tragic loss of life due to gun violence. For support and guidance for anyone working with children, we are sharing a few links to resources in this post.
A deep dive into our hidden resource: 41% of the water used in Arizona comes from the ground and, in most areas, it is their only source of water. Understanding groundwater is of utmost importance to our continued survival in the arid southwest!
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.
The Green Actioneers Family Action Guide is bilingual in English and Spanish, has a coloring book feature, relevant games and puzzles, and even a "Where's Waldo?" feature. It will be introduced in K-5/K-8 schools nationwide by a "green-hearted" parent or teacher at Green Action Family Night.
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.