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Teaching Outdoor Educators About Climate Change

With the Fourth National Climate Assessment and IPCC’s Special Report  both released last year, there is increasing interest from educators and teachers to incorporate climate change into their science curriculum. However, they often lack the training and resources to do so.

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Engaging Girls in Climate Science

This is a story of addressing two problems − climate change and the lack of diversity in the sciences − with one “stone.”
Climate change is a polarizing topic in our country. People from all walks of life have opposing opinions about whether it is occurring or not, if it is caused by humans, and what, if anything, we should collectively do about it. 

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Co-creating Climate Change Education Materials with Immigrant and Refugee Communities in King County, WA

Imagine a place that experiences warmer temperatures and poorer air quality than other surrounding cities. Within this place, there are neighborhoods that are threatened by coastal flooding from storm surges and higher than average tides  that seem to extend to new places than years before.

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Program on Climate Change Events

Spring Symposium

The 4th Annual Spring Symposium will be held in April/ May 2020 (date TBD).

Scientist-Teacher Workshops

Coming 18 May 2019: Does a few degrees of warming matter? 2019 Current Climate Change Workshop for High School Teachers

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