Climate Literacy Principle-4

Title: Climate and Weather Education (Mark Seeley)
Source: University of Minnesota – Extension, Climate and Weather Education
Description: Minnesota businesses are affected by weather. Our work helps them understand, plan and make weather-related decisions through the use of climatic data, real-time observations and forecast products. It also helps citizens understand the impact of our changing climate.
Location: http://www.extension.umn.edu/Climate/
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Title:  Young Voices on Climate Change
Description: Young Voices on Climate Change is a series of short films featuring young people using science and data to reduce the carbon footprint of their homes, schools, communities, and states. The films present replicable success stories.
Location: http://www.youngvoicesonclimatechange.com/
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Title: USA National Phenology Network
Description: The USA National Phenology Network (USA-NPN) monitors the influence of climate on the phenology of plants, animals, and landscapes. We do this by encouraging people to observe phenological events like leaf out, flowering, migrations, and egg laying, and by providing a place for people to enter, store, and share their observations. We also work with researchers to develop tools and techniques to use these observations to support a wide range of decisions made routinely by citizens, managers, scientists, and others, including decisions related to allergies, wildfires, water, and conservation.
Location: http://www.usanpn.org/