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Teens United is empowering teens to take action to protect our planet from climate change and global warming from greenhouse gases.
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The Earth is facing a climate crisis, driven by fossil fuels. At Climate Reality, we’re here to make urgent action a necessity. In politics. In business. In every aspect of our lives. Everywhere.
Renewable Energy and the Coronavirus Pandemic. How the coronavirus pandemic has changed energy consumption patterns and how these changes might affect renewable energy
Deforestation represents one of the largest issues in global land use. Estimates of deforestation traditionally are based on the area of forest cleared for human use, including removal of the trees for wood products and for croplands and grazing lands.
Climate stabilization is important for the safety and security of Earth’s species. Ecosystem protection, management, and carbon sequestration strategies help slow the current rate of changing climate averages and variability, buffering humans from the negative aspects of such change.
Wildlife conservation is the preservation and protection of animals, plants, and their habitats. By conserving wildlife, we’re ensuring that future generations can enjoy our natural world and the incredible species that live within it. To help protect wildlife, it’s important to understand how species interact within their ecosystems, and how they’re affected by environmental and human influences.
Sustainable farming or Sustainable agriculture is using farming practices considering the ecological cycles. Sustainable farming is farming ecologically by promoting methods and practices that are economically viable, environmentally sound and protect public health.
We Have the Power to Impact Our Future, and We’re Doing Something About It
Communities collectively hold the power to innovate and demand climate change solutions. Empowering individuals in their communities to make long-term, lasting change requires building climate literacy, understanding personal connections to climate change, and developing powerful advocates through a model of collaboration and partnership. By engaging educators, youth, and the public, we believe that communities can be better positioned to build a resilient and equitable future.
It’s our time. It’s our planet.
Climate Change and the Future of the Planet
Join us for the third of three virtual forums — free and open to the public — sponsored by LIU’s Campus – Community Urban Sustainability Program.
4:00 PM – 5:30pm EST
Engaging the public in changing food systems to tackle climate change
An online lecture hosted by the Institute for Policy Research (IPR) and center for climate change and social transformations (CAST).
1:00 – 2:15 PM EST
Climate Change in the Geological Record
What the geological record tells us about our present and future climate.
8:00 PM EST
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