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.

Video by Anahi Ruiz and Lauren Pollack
Video by Anahi Ruiz and Lauren Pollack
The George Washington Universtiy
How do we make people care about climate change? One GWU professor says storytelling is the key.
The George Washington University
Nothing reminds me of home like Rosedale Park. Whether it was going on fall picnics with my family, fishing at the lake with my grandfather, or running through piles of multicolored leaves during fall cross-country races, Rosedale has served as the... Read More
The George Washington University Student
The National Climate Assessment predicts a 70% increase in precipitation which will lead to more frequent and dangerous storms in the Northeast region. How prepared are you?
George Washington University
What might happen to your favorite food in the face of climate change? 
George Washington University
I’m from a small town called Eastchester, New York, just north of New York City. For me, climate change could mean no more farmers' markets with my Grandmother after Sunday mass.
GWU
The National Climate Assessment gives us a preview of devastation and what might happen in the Great Plains states with continued climate change.
The George Washington Universtiy
Climate change can mean more insects that carry disease - can we adapt for our health and our future?
The George Washington University
Rising temperatures mean more trouble for Florida's economy and coastline. 
The George Washington University
I am a product of the Pacific Northwest. I love to hike, bike, compost, teach yoga, run (particularly in the rain) and snowboard. The Tree House, my family cabin in the Cascade Mountains, is my respite where I can spend days outdoors doing all of my... Read More
The George Washington University
Scientists are scrambling to protect a national laboratory from a surprising threat that will affect us all.

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