If we don’t prepare our communities and youth to understand the climate risks we are facing today, then simply put, there is no tomorrow for us.
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The uncertainty plaguing the crypto world is devastating for investors, but it could have a positive impact on greenhouse gas emissions and the future of digital currency.
Climate School experts weigh in on the past year’s most noteworthy events and developments within their fields.
Rikers Island, the world’s largest penal colony, could become a solar farm. While this is a significant step toward a healthier future, certain considerations must be taken into account to ensure the transition is just and equitable.
Droughts are becoming much more severe and widespread, disrupting industry and sustenance around the world. To combat water scarcity, neighborhoods must reconsider the design of their wastewater systems.
As disasters become more expensive, state-level recovery measures are increasing in importance. A new report sheds light on state efforts to prioritize disaster resilience and recovery.
Why is it so hard to stop climate change? A mock COP27 classroom activity helped students better understand climate negotiations, and taught them that a solid climate education includes perspectives from across the world.
Students and professionals met to discuss the challenges and real-world applications of sustainability and climate.
Learn more about the associate director of our sustainability programs, a South Florida native determined to protect the ecosystems that first inspired her.
Anyone working in tech already has the skills to help solve our generation’s biggest challenge.