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U.S. Climate Action

The U.S. doesn’t have an official pavilion at COP24. Many countries have varying degrees of elaborate pavilions showcasing their efforts on climate change and some have areas for presentations. For example, here is Thailand’s pavilion. However, the World Wildlife Fund allowed their pavilion to be switched over to the U.S. Climate Action Center for four […]

Risky Business

Our office is buzzing with interns and activity as we prepare for our annual Summer Institute for Climate Change and Energy Education, August 4-6. We’ve been sharing educator testimonials with you on our website in preparation for our Institute. Your gift today will be matched dollar for dollar, thanks to a generous grant from the Still Ain’t […]

Campaigns Partnerships

Current Campaigns: U.S. Climate Action Network USCAN was created in 1989 by groups working on global warming in response to the need for a forum for joint strategy development and advocacy to affect change in a coordinated way at the state and local level as well as at the United Nations and in Washington, DC. […]