Author: Megan Van Loh, Education Coordinator

Teaching Climate: Resources for Educators Nationwide

Educators have an opportunity to ignite students’ wonder and curiosity about the natural world, to bring facts to life, and to guide their critical thinking skills. Their role as educators is essential to prepare the next generation of leaders who are going to inherit this changing world. The MN Science Teachers Association (MNSTA) understands that […]

Climate change education in action at this year’s Summer Institute

When you arrive at Saint John’s University, you may notice the preserved prairie on your left, the Abbey bell banner towering above the trees, and the red brick buildings that make up campus. It doesn’t take long to understand that the campus and monastery were designed with intention toward sustainability. When the monks who founded […]

The High One

We came around the bend on the Parks Highway after driving north from Anchorage for a few hours. I was in the passenger’s seat concentrating on the road ahead, as to not upset my stomach. Just beyond the horizon, I finally got a glimpse of The High One: Mount Denali. It was a sunny day […]

Climate Hike Glacier August 2016

From August 3-7, Programs Coordinator Megan Van Loh participated in Climate Ride’s Climate Hike through Glacier National Park, hiking 43 miles through the park’s iconic – and threatened – environment. This reflection is based on her journal. “If Glacier leaves you speechless, speak up.” This was said to us on our first night in camp […]