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Vote for ecoAmerica at SXSW Eco

ecoAmerica has submitted a panel to bring our world-class research, analysis, and insight to the SXSW Eco conference in Austin, TX this October. We’ve proposed a session titled “America at a Tipping Point: Climate Gets Personal,” to share our perspectives and practical approach to inspiring and empowering Americans on climate solutions by harnessing climate as […]

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Report Release: Changing Seasons, Changing Lives Leadership Summit

by Meighen Speiser On October 5th, 2012, nearly 100 leaders representing a diverse array of organizations from around the nation joined ecoAmerica in DC for a day of sharing and collaboration at the Changing Seasons, Changing Lives Leadership Summit. The Summit brought new information and insights to these dozens of leaders that stimulated thought, discussion, […]

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Want Support for Action on Climate? Start by Asking Americans to Prepare [Research]

by Meighen Speiser For most Americans, the connection between weather events and climate change has been vague — portrayed as an abstract, scientific issue with distant consequences. As visible impacts accelerate, climate change is increasingly our reality. Last week Americans experienced Sandy-induced flooding, power outages, business closures, and deaths. With science showing Sandy was exacerbated […]

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I Know Not What Course Others May Take

by Meighen Speiser   I was recently sent a link to watch Naomi Klein on Democracy Now, discussing climate deniers and the partisan debate created around climate.   While her words and thoughts are not new to us ecoAmericans, nor those in the movement that have partnered with us, the interview stirred me.    I became […]

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