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  • Three questions to ask yourself buying groceries
    by Amir Adan on May 23, 2024 at 4:22 pm

    My personal journey with Peace Coffee began out of a simple love for coffee, but it quickly evolved into a deeper understanding of the industry’s complexities and the importance of ethical practices. Working here has opened my eyes to how unfairly coffee farmers can be treated, and that realization has profoundly changed my relationship with The post Three questions to ask yourself buying groceries appeared first on Climate Generation.

  • Cultivating A Healthy Habitat
    by Susan Phillips, Executive Director on May 21, 2024 at 10:56 am

    I am writing from home today, a little week-long staycation I take each spring to spend planting and tending my garden. The long days outside, hands and bare feet in the soil, are good for my heart, my soul, and my body. Gardening is the long game and a grand experiment. I have dreamed about The post Cultivating A Healthy Habitat appeared first on Climate Generation.

  • Building a science-based climate justice lesson for middle school students
    by Bess Caplan on May 16, 2024 at 6:55 pm

    The need for climate justice education When I ask visiting 6th grade students if they have heard of the word Climate, they all say yes. I ask the same about the word Justice and again I receive a chorus of “yeses.”  But when I ask if they have heard those two terms used together, a The post Building a science-based climate justice lesson for middle school students appeared first on Climate Generation.

  • Climate Action That Sustains Us
    by Jenna Cobb on May 2, 2024 at 10:15 pm

    I grew up near the coast of Los Angeles County, and I spent a lot of time on nature walks with my family at the beach, in the local mountains, and around our neighborhood. In high school, I started volunteering at a local marsh. As I was pulling weeds as part of habitat restoration efforts The post Climate Action That Sustains Us appeared first on Climate Generation.

  • 3 overlooked signs a food is climate friendly (Lessons from hazelnuts)
    by Emma Dempsey on April 24, 2024 at 9:49 pm

    Two years ago, I moved to Minnesota to sell hazelnuts. I believed strongly in their potential to fight climate change, and I was overcome with excitement – getting tongue tied talking about what it could mean to swap the endless corn and soy fields for a food with seemingly endless environmental benefits.  But I soon The post 3 overlooked signs a food is climate friendly (Lessons from hazelnuts) appeared first on Climate Generation.

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