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Learning about climate change can sometimes only take a few minutes. The right kind of knowledge can make a big difference.
Climativity is a weekly newsletter than offers ways for you to act on climate change in a matter of minutes. These actions range from 1 minute up to several dozen, but are always easy, accessible, and make a difference in the fight against climate change.
Not only are the actionable items curated and delivered to your inbox, but the estimated impact of your actions and why they matter is also explained. In conjunction to the short form newsletter, longer-form explanations and deep dives will be accessible on our website.
Electrify Now is a non-profit that empowers everyone to create a clean energy future. Learn why electrification is such a potent and essential action, and how you can take steps in your own life to build a better future for everyone.
This Oregon-focused news bulletin features interesting developments, tips, savings, information, and encouraging trends related to the clean energy future.
A newsletter for people who are pissed off about the climate crisis.
If you sign up, you’ll get original reporting and analysis on the climate crisis at the top of your inbox every week. News on this emergency deserves to be at the top of your inbox. It should arm you with the knowledge you need to effectively fight this crisis.
By Emily Atkin, “One of the foremost climate journalists in the U.S.” - MSNBC. Thousands of paid subscribers.
On the Level envisions a future where people and planet thrive together. To get there, the climate movement needs more people. They help connect people to the climate movement.
This bi-weekly newsletter that gives you updates on the climate movement and/or suggestions for how to take action in Movement Monday every (you guessed it) Monday, and Climate Culture lets you tune into the how the climate crisis is interacting with pop culture every Friday.
Discover the bold ideas, innovative solutions and brilliant problem-solvers bringing us closer to achieving a zero-carbon world with the speed, scale and justice that is required.
Written by a teen who cares deeply about the planet, this weekly newsletter analyzes and offers solutions for everyone. They get sarcastic, green, and salty!
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Most people recognize climate change and want to act to prevent it. But they also don't know how, don't have the time to research, and don't know where to start.
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