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blog-Talking About Climate Change at Thanksgiving-11.12.15

How to Talk About Climate Change at the Thanksgiving Dinner Table

One of my favorite parts of Thanksgiving is spending time with my family, especially extended family members whom I don’t get to see often enough. Our time together includes the usual Thanksgiving traditions – eating specially prepared food (I’m bringing my signature apple pie this year), watching football, and taking a walk between the main […]

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Path to Positive Summit

Announcing the 2015 MomentUs Leadership Summit, May 20-21

ecoAmerica is pleased to announce our 5th annual leadership summit. Path to Positive, the 2015 MomentUs Leadership Summit, is being held on May 20th and 21st, 2015 in Washington, DC.   The Path to Positive begins with the simple premise that the greatest obstacle to our nation leading on climate change isn’t a lack of […]

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Sun Valley Youth Center

How Communities Can Make Local Sustainability More Inclusive

Communities on the front line of climate impacts are leading the movement to address this challenge and prepare for the future. More than 80% of Americans now live in urban communities, including cities, towns, and populous counties. These communities, where Americans live, learn, work, worship, and vote, are incubators of policy innovation and public engagement. […]

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Community control, rather than government control, helps forests recover, says study

Research by the Rights and Resources Initiative indicates that when local people are granted power over their land, forests have the greatest chance of survival. Countries that have granted land rights and control to communities and indigenous groups are “making progress toward more sustainable management of their forest resources.”   Posted 7.7.2011 on Mongabay.com   […]

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