From lethal heatwaves to rising seas, the reality of the climate crisis is becoming all too clear in Japan.
Today at our Minneapolis training, our founder and chairman, former Vice President Al Gore, is announcing something big.
Even as the climate crisis makes heat waves more and more common, too many continue to ignore the threat.
Through appropriate, rigorous, standards-based climate education, we can give all communities the tools they need to survive and thrive.
Seeking opportunities to create change and help schools lead sustainably is necessary for a brighter future.
Natural climate solutions are non-technological ways we can reduce emissions and remove carbon pollution from the atmosphere and store it in natural ecosystems like forests, grasslands, and coastal wetlands.
One of the most direct examples of powerful actors outsourcing the climate crisis to developing countries is foreign-funded coal plants.
Women are leading the way on climate.
Bottom line: Public health is threatened in critical ways by the climate crisis. But together, we can take action to fight back.
Organizations across the country are calling for inclusive financing in their communities.