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October 12, 2021: COP26 Preview Call and Discussion
Join Kristen Poppleton and other CLEAN community members attending COP26 for a general overview of what to expect and ways to engage.

September 28, 2021: Climate Change in the Classroom: Useful tools for educators and (and the rest of us)
The Yale Program on Climate Change Communication (YPCCC) has developed a suite of data-based, NGSS-aligned activities that you can use to empower students to become effective climate change communicators. This presentation will give an overview of these activities that are anchored around YPCCC's data, tools, and research.

September 14, 2021: Bill Finnegan and Josh Ettinger introduce a new campaign they started to help encourage conversations about climate change
In this session, Bill Finnegan and Josh Ettinger – two PhD students at the University of Oxford's School of Geography and the Environment – will introduce a new campaign they started to help encourage conversations about climate change. Theircampaign seeks to inspire and track 26,000 climate conversations around the world by November 1, 2021, the first day of the United Nations COP26 conference in Glasgow.

August 31, 2021: Entertainment-Education Behind the Scenes: Insights for Educators
In this talk, the co-editors of a new open access scholarly collection on Entertainment-Education will summarize some of the most salient lessons learned from their contributors and provide attendees an opportunity to learn from the successes and mistakes of the experts, taking a behind-the-scenes look at the business of making entertainment-education media.

August 17, 2021: Climate Learning for Empowerment, Action, and Resilience
Deb Morrison describes her work as a co-founder of CLEAR. From CLEAR's website: "At CLEAR Environmental we work with and for communities, organizations, and governments to collaboratively engage in organizational change that leads to just climate actions and fosters global sustainability. We engage in this work through collaborative participatory based design processes that leverage the values, activities, and wisdom of a given community and ensure that the diverse perspectives and experiences within the community are engaged. We design for in person or virtual participation."

May 25, 2021: The Art and Science Partnership Guidelines
The Art and Science Partnership Guidelines were created to support communities and organizations who hope to catalyze place-based action on environmental issues through art, science, and community collaboration. By bringing together scientists, artists, and community representatives together and merging complementary ways of knowing, inquiring and rethinking, partnerships provide new approaches to communities' environmental and social justice issues.

May 11, 2021: Using the Food We Love and Need to Tell the Climate Change Story
The webinar will be based on—Our Changing Menu: Climate Change and the Food we Love and Need and a companionwebsite. The changing menu is seen as a way to join forces—consumers, producers, chefs, restaurateurs, and food businesses—to find a common ground and draw more attention and action to address this grand challenge of climate change.

April 27, 2021: Climate in Arts & History: Promoting Climate Literacy Across Disciplines
This presentation will give an update on the development of a web resource "Climate in Arts & History: Promoting Climate Literacy Across Disciplines" (www.science.smith.edu/climatelit/). We will discuss the process of compiling, researching, formatting and posting information on climate-related topics in the subject areas of art, history, languages, literature and music

April 13, 2021: Worldwide Teach-in Climate / Justice 3.30.22: Next Step for Coordinated Climate Education
The Solve Climate Project at the Bard Center for Environmental Policy is the lead organizer for a globaldialog on climate solutions which will take place in April, 2021. Building on the lessons learned from this initiative, and the evident interest among climate-concerned faculty and staff across the world, we are now beginning to organize a worldwide teach-in on climate and justice set for March 30, 2022.