Learn about the climate crisis and its solutions from former US Vice President Al Gore and renowned climate scientists at the next Climate Reality Leadership Corps training taking place June 27-29 in Bellevue, Washington. Apply now! https://www.climaterealityproject.org/training
Climate Reality Leadership Corps Training is taking place August 16-18, 2016 in Houston, Texas. You’ll learn The science of climate change How it’s transforming daily life for communities around the world The solutions that are available today Powerful storytelling, public…
Via The Climate Reality Project‘s 24 Hours of Reality & Thunderclap: “On October 22 & 23 The Climate Reality Project is bringing the world together for the largest ever discussion about carbon pollution and what it will take to solve…
“Political will is a renewable resource” — @algore
Climate Change Guide created by fellow Climate Reality Project Climate Leader Laurent Cousineau. Lots of helpful information including a Glossary, Climate Change Facts, Causes of Climate Change, and descriptions of alternative energy. Definitely add this to your Climate Change bookmarks!
via Skeptical Science http://skepticalscience.com/graphics/ArcticEscalator2012.gif Skeptical Science also has a great discussion on the recent “cooling” misinformation that has come out in advance of the IPCC report: http://www.skepticalscience.com/neverending-daily-mail-nonsense.html
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Highlights from June 11, 2013 Google+ conversation with Al Gore about combatting climate change.
Take Action Now – Climate Reality. “In 2006, An Inconvenient Truth woke the world up to the reality of the climate crisis. But global leaders failed to act, and climate change has accelerated, making the film’s message more urgent than…
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