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2021 In Review: A Look at our Top Articles

2021 is coming to a close, and it’s been a year of massive changes — both good and bad. We’re still coping with new variants of COVID-19, which have thrown the world into another period of distress, and recent weather...

Prioritizing Mental Wellness in Climate Change Education

Climate change was named the number one public health risk of the 21st century, but until recently, mental wellness wasn’t considered a major part of the overall threat. Ignoring mental wellness leads to inaccurate measures of public health: a 2021...

Driving the Toyota Mirai: My Hydrogen Fuel Cell Car Experience

Author: Reema Bzeih As someone who was raised in Motor City (Detroit, MI), it’s a bit of an understatement to say that I “get” how significant cars are to our lives. Growing up, my school field trips were to the Ford...

Carrie Katan on Innovative Tactics to Make a Lasting Change

Carrie recently joined the Climate XChange team as our newest Massachusetts Organizer, get to know her and some of her goals in joining CXC! Tell us a bit about yourself. My name is Carrie Katan. I grew up in Fairhaven, Massachusetts before...

Hope Clark on Working For A Sustainable Future

Hope recently joined the Climate XChange team as our newest Maryland Organizer, get to know her and some of her goals in joining CXC!  Tell us a bit about yourself  Hi! I grew up in Washington DC, went to Quaker school in...

Kristen Soares on Joy, Empathy, and Identity in Climate Work

Kristen recently joined the Climate XChange team as our newest SCPN Associate, get to know her and some of her goals in joining CXC!  Tell us a bit about yourself. Hello! My name is Kristen Soares (she/they), and I am a soon-to-be...

What’s the Beef? Misinformation Strikes Again

In the past few weeks, our social media and television feeds have been flooded with pictures of meat. Why, you might ask, are individuals posting their meat-filled meals for all to see? Well, it’s partly in response to a wildly...

Women’s Leadership is Central to the Climate Fight

A lot has been researched and written about the role of women in leading the fight for climate solutions around the world. Most recently and poignantly, Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Dr. Katharine K. Wilkinson brought attention to this question...

A Look Back at our Most Read Articles of 2020

This year has been defined by isolation, uncertainty, and unprecedented change with a global pandemic impacting all of our lives. As the climate crisis continues to rapidly worsen, we’ve watched the youth movement rally around climate, environmental justice initiatives become...