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Climate Research Provides Insights into Wildlife Conservation

Climate change is having a big impact on many species, including the tiny American pika. Wildlife like the pika need new, accurate climate science, like the National Climate Assessment. This …

Woodlawn's Green Team celebrates their Eco-Schools USA Awards - Woodlawn School (credit)

Full STEAM ahead for the Woodlawn Wildcats

How do you transform a school? It takes a village. Or rather a school and neighborhood community that’s pumped for progress! And that’s what the Green Team at Woodlawn School …

Dangerous Waters: More Pilot Whales Stranded in Florida

UPDATED BELOW On January 22nd eight short-finned pilot whales died near Fort Myers, Florida and another six whales are unaccounted for. Pilot whales are normally deepwater creatures, and can become …

President’s Budget Eliminates Environmental Education. Again.

In President Obama’s Inaugural and State of the Union addresses, he outlined the need for the United States to lead the world in both the transition to a clean energy …

Thoughts on A New Normal

Green Education Funding Remains in Limbo after White House Summit…

Gulf Dolphins Still Struggling to Recover from BP Oil Spill

Report Card Reveals 7 Alarming Trends in the Arctic Ecosystem for 2011

For years, climate scientists have been saying that the Arctic will be the “canary in the coal mine,” the place on Earth that will first witness significant climate changes. An …

Connecting the Great Lakes Coastal Future

This week dozens of participants came from all over the Great Lakes – Minnesota to Pennsylvania – to gain the tools necessary to protect Great Lakes coastal habitat in a …

Climate Capsule: Keeping it Cool and Clean

Happy August Recess Climateers! If your office is as quiet as mine take a minute to watch this trailer for an amazing new film on Climate Refugees, and check out …

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