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Science Museum of Virginia is working with community members in Richmond to collect local air quality data and create solutions to their local environmental health challenges.
Throwing Shade in RVA
In Richmond, VA, the GroundworkRVA Green Team explores the drivers of urban heat islands (paved, dark surfaces) and their solutions such as green infrastructure like native plants, using infrared cameras and thermometers.
Youth Climate Program
The Wild Center’s Youth Climate Program is a youth-led initiative that works to convene, engage, connect and empower young people around the world to take action on climate change through summits and convenings.
Wolves in Colorado: Science & Stories
The Wolves in Colorado: Science & Stories is a six-part webinar series in which the Institute for Science and Policy explores wolf reintroduction and its relation to science, policy, and lived experiences.
The National Congress of American Indians Policy Research Center
The Policy Research Center of the National Congress of American Indians works under the guidance of a national advisory council to inform public policy debates with meaningful data and to assist in shifting the discourse in Native policy from a problem-focused approach to a framework of truly proactive, future-thinking strategy development.
The Global Hack
The Global Hack is a global initiative that unites the Hack the Crisis movement and the more than 40 hackathons organized as part of this movement.