One to 2 degrees Celsius of warming can do a lot of damage. — Grist
The orchardist rescuing fruit trees in New Mexico
— High Country News
A discussion exploring Biomimicry with Janine Benyus.
— Pachamama Alliance
Congressional District Three and Six
Redistricting Public Outreach Meeting
July 26 | 7:00 p. — 9:00 pm
We had a good day on traditional Nimiipuu territory—the first stop on the #RedRoadtoDC.
Drought has long fueled tensions between growers, who depend on the water for irrigation, and the Klamath Tribes, who hold two protected fish species as sacred.
— Inside Climate News
How to help relieve drought? Limit the growing amount of dust blowing from deserts to mountains, where it melts the snowpack and robs rivers of water.
— National Geographic
Californians scramble for fresh water as taps, wells run dry
— PBS News Hour
Civic Minds + Creative Hearts
Community members are invited to join for a night of art, science, and education
July 29 | 6-8:30 pm
Conservation From Here
Join us for 2 weeks of art, nature, exploration and outdoor fun with daily half day session for ages 7-12.
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— Rainforest Action Network
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— Sunrise Movement
Michael Mann on “The New Climate War” & the Fight to Take Back the Planet
— DemocracyNow! video
‘No One Is Safe’: Extreme Weather Batters the Wealthy World
— The New York Times
Assessment of U.S. Climate Alliance States’ Climate Action Plans
— Climate XChange
What do you know about the Amazon Rainforest?
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July 19 — Public schools across the nation could get a climate upgrade.
July 20 — Democrats are serious about a Civilian Climate Corps.
July 21 — The Trump shower rule is getting reversed.
July 22 — Greenland will keep it in the ground.
July 23 — Regulators in California just delivered on a promise to help frontline communities breathe easier.
tea / ‘tee /— Visual Capitalist
Tea traveled along two separate routes from China to Europe in the seventeenth century.”
“. . . grazing in farmland and bush is, like chocolate and carbon dioxide, a good thing in moderation.”