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Here and now

Letter from the Executive Director Following the tragic news across our country these last few weeks, and wrestling with feelings of grief and heartache, I’ve been struck by the urgency of two key words: here and now. It’s easy to get overwhelmed and feel paralyzed by these tragedies, but we know our work remains critical […]

Celebrating 10 years of Climate Education and More!

Letter from the Executive Director June marked several milestones: We hosted our 10th annual Summer Institute for Climate Change Education where we celebrated 10 successful years of professional development, curriculum and training for over 650 educators since 2006! We participated in the 5,000-strong Tar Sands Resistance March in St. Paul, the largest anti-tar sands demonstration […]

Exciting Opportunities this Spring!

Letter from the Executive Director March wrapped up our incredible Dine for Climate Series! We were able to highlight the farm to table connection, the importance of eating and supporting local sustainable, organic restaurants, and grow our local network of friends. At the same time, we were proud to receive a generous 30% donation from […]

Climate Lesson Update: May 2013

50 years ago, the first atmospheric CO2 data taken at the Mauna Loa Observatory, Hawaii measured 315 ppm. Two weeks ago, the observatory made an announcement: we had nearly averaged 400ppm for one consecutive month . The last time that atmospheric CO2 concentrations reached 400ppm was more than 2 million years ago in the Pliocene […]