Climate and Energy Education & Engagement
Climate Now partners with mission-aligned organizations to educate and engage stakeholders towards informed climate action through our rigorously researched and carefully crafted audio and visual content and events.
Any content produced by Climate Now with support from outside organizations, financial or otherwise, is labeled “Partner Content” on the Climate Now website.
Examples of Climate Now projects produced in partnership with other organizations
Carbon Management Dialogue: Greater Houston Region
Rice University, Bioscience Research Collaborative
Roads to Removal Ep 2
Forests are important for climate mitigation, acting as living “direct air capture machines” that absorb carbon dioxide, and can also transport and store that CO2 in plant tissues and soils. However, forest management plays a crucial role in maximizing the
Climate Now: Dec 11, 2023
Roads to CO2 Removal
How much CO2 is it possible to remove in the United States and at what cost? Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientists and researchers from more than a dozen institutions have completed a first-of-its-kind national assessment of carbon dioxide removal
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Through Climate Now’s vast network of outside experts, our in-house subject-matter expertise, and our full suite of creative production capabilities, Climate Now facilitates the creation of top-quality audio, video, animated, and in-person content to help share critical information about mitigating and adapting to climate change and the energy transition.
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