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Teach Your Children Well

How to teach climate change to K-12 students has sparked a national controversy. Supporting fact-based science is a movement made up of parents, science teachers and environmentalists who feel strongly that students learn the connection between humans and climate change. In April, 2013, the Next Generation Science Standards (http://www.nextgenscience.org/), issued new educational science curriculum standards

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2014 RECAP OF CLIMATE CHANGE EVENTS

2014 was a year of major events that galvanized many climate change initiatives. Here’s just a few highlights: U.S. and China team up for new Climate Change goals. In what is considered an historic agreement, last November the United States and China announced new goals to reduce global warming over the next 10-15 years. Both

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We’re back!

ClimateYou was on hiatus, regrouping and re-energized with a fresh new focus on the climate change phenomenon. Current updates on news and events are only part of our many new plans for this site; we will cast a wider net to the educational community, connect with the growing numbers of grass roots and international organizations

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