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Our 2016–2017 Annual Report is Now Available!

We’re pleased to share our Annual Report from September 2016–August 2017 with you, which highlights our 10-year anniversary celebration, expanded programming, and accomplishments. Our 10-year anniversary celebration came at a time when we needed our supporters to lift us up and carry us emotionally and financially down the long road ahead. View the Annual Report […]

A Year of Possibility

Letter from the Executive Director As 2018 begins, we take stock of the challenges we face with renewed vigor and energy for the year ahead. While our political system continues to push an anti-science, pro-fossil fuel industry agenda, the spectacularly hopeful news is this: youth, communities, businesses, and energy markets are offering real, tangible solutions. […]

2014-2015 Annual Report Now Available

We are proud to share our annual report which highlights our activities from September 2014 – August 2015. Download Annual Report This year we had a number of accomplishments thanks to your support! We reached over 5,000 educators, 7,500 youth, successfully re-branded our organization, and expanded our reach. Highlighted accomplishments: GENERAL Launched a successful new […]

Big Plans for 2015!

As we reflect on 2014, the hottest year on record globally, we also saw some positive climate change solutions advanced. In June, the Obama administration took its biggest step yet to address climate change by introducing regulations to limit greenhouse gases from existing power plants. And the U. S. climate movement grew in grassroots might […]

2012-2013 Annual Report

Our annual report is now available, which documents our impact from September 2012 through August 2013. We are making great strides in our work –thanks to your incredibly generous support! The report serves as a record of accomplishments, financial transparency, and an illustrated guide to who we are and why our programs matter. Read more…

New Year, New Energy

Letter from the Executive Director 2012 was a year for the record books.  It was the hottest year on record in the U.S, the Arctic sea ice shrunk to a record low, Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets are now losing three times as much ice each year as they did in the 1990s, and global […]