Climate Change

Climate change affects all of us and all the systems on planet Earth - from natural disasters to disrupted growing seasons, our changing climate is having widespread effects. Here are some ideas for how to deal with climate change, how to adapt and how to try and cut down on the change while we still can.

Assignment Editor, Planet Forward
Explore the GW apiary with me and learn about how student researchers are providing a voice for some of our most valuable food suppliers. 
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Introducing Sciencecast: Climate Change Series, from The Daily Cardinal at The University of Wisconsin-Madison! Twice a month, we will explore various facets of climate change through interviews with university experts.
Columbia University
Francesco Fiondella, Planet Forward board member and head of communications at the Earth Institute at Columbia University, visited Kenya to learn how the community makes climate resilient choices.

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Senior Writer, Planet Forward
While climate change is a settled scientific issue — most credible scientists agree that the earth is heating up and humans are to blame — for some reason a small but vocal minority of Americans continue to deny it.
American University, Spring 2016 Video Intern
When you hear the startling fact that 2015 was the hottest year on record, you may feel a little daunted and wonder: how, why and what does this mean?
Senior Writer, Planet Forward
The Supreme Court has handed down a major win for the planet in the climate change fight, which undoubtedly will help move the planet forward.
COP21 agreement was a transformational moment
COP21 agreement was a transformational moment
Planet Forward
Salon speakers and guests give us their feedback on the COP21 agreement.
Planet Forward
A few of our favorite images from our first event of the year, a Salon debriefing the December Paris agreement.
The George Washington University
Tom Wagner’s vast usage as a media source, and some of his practiced/repeated key-points highlight an important job researchers have that is easy to overlook. 
The George Washington University, Spring 2016 Editorial Intern
Representatives who attended the United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Paris gathered in D.C. to debrief on the significance of the event.

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