Climate Change Resources and Solutions
This section of the website is devoted to resources, accounts, and information provided by EAT students and faculty that expand our knowledge of climate change solutions.
What are the policies we really need to deal with climate change? You’ll find them here in Starhawk’s Climate Change Primer! It’s a quick overview of the issues, vocabulary, pros and cons of the spectrum of real solutions. No one technology will save us—we need a mosaic of varied approaches.
It also just turned out to be a compendium of permaculture techniques—so much of what’s listed here is what we teach in our Earth Activist Trainings.
- Better understand the issue.
- Know what the solutions are and how they work together.
- Know what policies to press your local, state and national politicians to implement.
- Know what policies to implement if you are one of the above.
- Know what kind of things to invest your money in if you still have some left.
- Know what kinds of careers to pursue or subjects to study.
- Save the world.
You can download it for free, but if you still have some of that green stuff in your pocket, we ask you to make a donation to Earth Activist Training. Suggested donation for the download is $15 or more, but hey, we’ll take anything! You can also make a larger, tax-deductible donation as well (any amount over $15 is tax deductible.) Your money will help us continue to train people to implement these solutions.
In these chaotic economic times, it’s harder than ever to find the funds to offer these courses and make them accessible—but it’s more vital than ever to share these skills. So please help out with whatever you can spare. (Donate and download links are below).
And consider taking one of our courses yourself. We’d love to have you, and there’s no better investment you can make in your own future—and that of the world.
FLYER to download: you can download the two-page “Climate Change Nos and Yeses” PDF flyer.
To make a Donation to Earth Activist Training please visit our DONATE PAGE.
Download Starhawk’s Climate Change Primer (pdf format, 105k)
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