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What do Harvey, Irma, Maria and Florence have in common?

Hello friends, I'm hoping all of our colleagues in North and South Carolina are safe as Florence continues to inundate their region, and I know we all send our expressions of caring at this difficult time for so many who are dealing with enormous challenges. Here's an article from Forbes online with details on ways we can help.

Teaching with technology: Climate education for science and health

Dear Colleagues:

The effects of weather and climate seems to be a big topic again this year.  This week's updates from WGBH Education/PBS Learning Media includes a large number of videos and interactive activities on climate education that address many of the questions that come up.  While pitched to the K-12 system, the information and activities seem appropriate for adults, too.

Wednesday Question: America’s Clean Power Plan – Discussing Climate Change

Hello everyone!

As a community of practice, we create the "social fabric of learning" for ourselves. That's difficult to do if we aren't sharing our thoughts and strategies as much as we'd like to!

Arctic Report Card-2014

On December 17, 2014, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released its “Arctic Report Card: Update for 2014”. The Arctic Report Card has been issued annually since 2006. “It is a timely and peer-reviewed source for clear, reliable and concise environmental information on the current state of different components of the Arctic environmental system relative to historical records. The Report Card is intended for a wide audience, including scientists, teachers, students, decision-makers and the general public interested in the Arctic environment and science.”

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