NEW TOOL: Using Local Phenomena to Communicate Climate Solutions

Posted on February 12, 2021

We can no longer consider climate change a problem in the future; its impacts are already affecting people around the country and world. Those from marginalized communities are disproportionately affected.

This new tool features examples of how communities are already responding to climate change, featuring examples from the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)'s multimedia "How We Respond" project.

Read more to learn how to use these current cases of community collaboration to center justice as you teach and communicate about climate change.

Founder of ISeeChange, Julia Kumari Drapkin, shows children a map of historic New Orleans. Drapkin highlights the parts of the city that used to be swamp. Credit: Impact Media Lab / AAAS