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January 2020: The Fierce Urgency of Now

The catastrophic, climate-fueled megafires in Australia, which have killed nearly one billion wild animals and threatened Australia’s indigenous communities, highlight the dire need for leaders in the United States and around the world to enact aggressive and innovative climate solutions.  As we bear witness to another global climate disaster, let’s remember we are connected, passionate, […]

Summer Institute 2019

Summer Institute for Climate Change Education In partnership with the Lowell School and NOAA Climate Office Washington, D.C. August 5-7, 2019 The Summer Institute provided educators from across the country with the skills, resources, and confidence to integrate climate change education into Humanities subjects. It was three days packed with activities and sessions using literature, […]

Heart-Full February

Letter from the Executive Director In honor of Valentine’s Day, we want to express our gratitude to you for making our work possible. We recently engaged in a thoughtful, intentional conversation with our staff and Development Committee about who and where we take funding from. In preparation for the conversation, we learned that many organizations […]

Announcing our new documentary: Green Careers for a Changing Climate

“We need Green STEM jobs to help mitigate climate change. Climate change is something that affects all of us, regardless of race, class, creed, whatever it is. And that’s the common thread. If we do our part as residents of the world…by installing green infrastructure, finding better ways and more efficient ways to use power, […]

A year of setting records

Letter from the Executive Director We are approaching the fourth hottest year on record with several all-time heat records set this summer. A new report in The New York Times shows just how widespread and intense the impact of climate change is right now and how unprepared we are for future impacts. In the U.S., […]

We’re Moving Forward

Letter from the Executive Director This month kicked off with our growing community of supporters and delicious beer, thanks to partnerships with Rahr Corporation and Indeed Brewing who generously hosted fundraisers for us. Our multi-sector COP23 delegation had the opportunity to meet other local delegations and Minnesota’s Lt. Governor Tina Smith before they began their […]

Leading the Clean Energy Transition

Businesses, community leaders, and policymakers are key players in the effort to address climate change. Everyone alive today is the first to really experience climate change’s effects, yet we are also the generation with the greatest influence to address it. Climate Generation is committed to working closely with partners who understand this responsibility, and we […]

Cultivating Climate Leadership

Letter from the Executive Director Despite the decision by the current administration to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate agreement, we are already seeing leadership from cities, states and the private sector to fill the void in climate leadership. From Minnesota announcing it will join 12 other states to commit to the Paris accord […]

Radical, resilient hope

Letter from the Executive Director At our 10-year anniversary celebration on December 1st, I spoke about the need for radical, resilient hope – hope that allows us to dig in and be the climate champions that future generations need us to be. Climate Generation’s core mission and values are deeply rooted in the hope that […]