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Our Statement in Response to West Virginia v. EPA

Climate Generation is outraged by the Supreme Court’s ruling in West Virginia v. EPA, effectively limiting the ability of the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate climate change-causing carbon emissions from power plants under the Clean Air Act. A series of recent rulings demonstrate this Court’s overreach against communities, experts, and elected decision makers. Petitioners (including […]

Partnership is the key in unlocking the power of climate education as a solution

At Climate Generation’s 17th annual Summer Institute for Climate Change Education on July 18–22, 2022, Presidio Graduate Schools will lead a workshop focusing on connections between climate change and extreme weather, as well as attribution science, aligned to Next Generation Science Standards. Students are eager to learn about climate change, yet even science teachers can […]

Leveraging Literature in a Time of Crisis

Imagine your favorite book. Who are the characters that you loved and lived through? Which books stuck with you long after you closed the binding? Did you view the world differently afterwards? Stories, whether through literature or other visual mediums, shape our understanding of the people and environments around us; what is normal, what is […]

Joy and Love for the Work Ahead

Summer brings a time of frenetic energy—especially for those of us that have lived through the cold winter months. Green lushness explodes and drips around us, the sun rises early and sets late, and it’s nearly impossible to fit in all of the summer festivals and events we want to attend. It is Pride Month, […]

The 411 on SB56: why is this event important for climate policy?

Right now, the SB56 conference is underway in Bonn, Germany. International climate change policy is riddled with acronyms. UNFCCC, COP, L&D, etc. If you’re already overwhelmed, stick with us. Climate policy language inherently creates a barrier for the world to truly understand how climate change solutions are negotiated and created by global leaders –– which […]

Chris’s Climate Story: From Lockdown to Learning Designer

I was lucky to grow up on the West Coast of Canada on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples–Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), Stó:lō and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Nations also known as “Vancouver.” Although I was close to nature all through my upbringing, I focused on genetics and microbiology to gain […]

Teach Climate Network: Building Self Efficacy and Shared Power

Action towards climate change solutions has been a target of disinformation in recent years, but education has the power to equip students with the knowledge and resources to understand the evidence-based science behind climate change and take action. When searching for solutions to an issue as complex as climate change, it takes a community with […]

A Radical Culture of Kindness

Last month, we asked you to think about embracing a radical culture of kindness. As happens seemingly more often these days, we are faced with yet another tragedy: a racially motivated mass killing in East Buffalo, New York that also promoted elements of what is coined “eco-facism” and “replacement theory”. We hold the victims of […]