This page is meant to provide you with insight as to where you and your team can intervene in the system to help combat, adapt to, and mitigate climate change.
Background information on the science of climate change and the mitigation and adaptation efforts that are already taking place worldwide
Buildings, architecture, transportation, infrastructure, and cities
Impacts and approaches for the conservation of natural landscapes and oceans for the protection of biodiversity and the essential services these ecosystems provide
A look into the diverse issues surrounding freshwater, including drinking water, stormwater, runoff, precipitation changes, and future water projections.
Sea levels rising, Arctic ice melting, ocean acidification, and coral bleaching, climate change is putting our oceans under a lot of stress.
As sea levels rise, coastal communities and ecosystems are becoming increasingly jeopardized
Social and organizational impacts and approaches, e.g. government action, community organizing, behavior change campaigns, etc.
Climate refugees and natural disasters (floods, droughts, forest fires, superstorms, resource depletion) - how climate change is harming the world’s most vulnerable populations
Fossil fuels, nuclear, renewables and the amount of energy we consume as a species
Greenhouse gases, carbon capture and sequestration, and atmospheric science
Agriculture, food waste, food security, food emissions
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