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  • Role Playing - NYC Case Study Featured Case Study Role Playing - NYC Case Study Role Playing - NYC Case Study

    SUMMARY Students will apply a role-playing activity to explore the challenges facing climate change planning in New York City.  Radley Horton, lead climate scientist... More »

  • Unit: Geoengineering Featured Teaching Unit Unit: Geoengineering Unit: Geoengineering

    SUMMARY There is much unknown about the ramifications of large-scale deployment of geoengineering technologies.  Are they merely short-term fixes?  What are the... More »

  • HOW SUCCESS WORKS: Marine Sanctuary -... Featured Case Study HOW SUCCESS WORKS: Marine Sanctuary -... HOW SUCCESS WORKS: Marine Sanctuary -...

    SUMMARY The lesson plan provides a full menu for use from primary school to high school. Depending on the grade level and the unit of study that provides the context for a... More »

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EU: UN Climate Summit Will Fail Unless U.S. Sets Big Goal Last Updated on 2014-10-31 11:52:29   The UN climate summit in 2015 will fail unless the United States sets "a concrete and ambitious" goal to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, EU climate commissioner Connie Hedegaard warned. In an interview with AFP, Hedegaard said the European Union set the example for both Washington and Beijing when it pledged last Friday to cut EU emissions by at least 40 percent by 2030 compared with 1990 levels. "We can do that in Europe because it's in our own interests but that in itself cannot solve the climate change issue," she said. "The Americans have to come forward with something ambitious, something tangible and something concrete," Hedegaard added. click here to read more More »
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Environmental Literacy Grants Program (ELG) Last Updated on 2014-10-30 13:24:06 Since its inception in 2005, twelve Environmental Literacy Grant (ELG) funding opportunities have been issued. The ELG program typically offers funding opportunities on an annual basis with award amounts ranging from $200,000 to $1.5 million. Eligible organizations can apply for ELG funding opportunities via www.grants.gov. For information about current and former ELG awards, visit the "Awards" tab. You can also subscribe to our mailing list by sending an email to oed.grants@noaa.gov, or contact the Office of Education Grants Team at 202-482-0793. More »