The following blog is a part of our American Climate Leadership Award 2023 Series.
Climate Generation: Improving Nationwide Climate Change Education, Our Teach Climate Network, American Climate Leadership Awards 2023 Finalist
Climate Generation is among 10 American Climate Leadership Award finalists to be recognized at the American Climate Leadership Awards Ceremony on March 30 during the live broadcast.
Climate Generation understands effective education will inspire future generations of students to imagine and create a just and abundant world. Their Teach Climate Network provides K-12 and nonformal educators access to resources, professional development and community networking to teach climate change in all disciplines, grade levels and educational settings.
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The purpose of the American Climate Leadership Awards, hosted by ecoAmerica, is to recognize, reward and share best practices on climate change advocacy and action nationwide. The Awards provide money, support, and recognition for real climate leadership. Individuals and organizations selected as semifinalists have achieved success in building some meaningful political resolve for climate action at local, regional, and national levels, in ways that are replicable, while demonstrating diversity, inclusion, and justice.
ecoAmerica builds institutional leadership, public support, and political resolve for climate solutions in the United States. We help national mainstream organizations elevate their climate leadership, providing them strategy, tools, and resources to: demonstrate visible climate leadership, empower climate literacy, engage all constituents, and build collective action and advocacy. We help our partners transform into national climate leaders who inspire others on solutions. ecoAmerica.org
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