Blog2023-12-18T01:54:28+00:00

Reflecting on Florida’s Legislative Session

By |May 25th, 2023|

By: Navya Natarajan, Florida FellowDuring the 2023 legislative session, Our Climate’s Florida team advocated for clean energy and climate justice in Florida, focusing on two bills in particular: SB 178: Upgrades to Education Facilities as ...

When in Bvlbancha

By |May 13th, 2023|

By: Bertine Lakjohn, '22-'23 Washington FellowSince my freshman year of college in the USA, it has been on my bucket list to visit New Orleans due to my love for Princess and the Frog. Unfortunately, ...

10 Things You Can Do to Celebrate Earth Day Everyday

By |April 30th, 2023|

By: Jane Marsh, Communications Volunteer Governments and citizens are becoming more conscious of environmental issues due to the spotlight on climate change. However, spreading awareness to as many people as possible is still necessary, and one ...

Converting to Renewable Energy

By |April 27th, 2023|

By: Shane McCaffrey, Communications Volunteer Minnesota in the past few years has been an adaptation leader for not only the pandemic, but also for the murder of George Floyd which greatly impacted Minneapolis, Minnesota, all of ...

Blackness

By |February 2nd, 2023|

By: Manal Murangi, Federal Fellow I am just beginning to grasp Blackness and accept it as a growing and changing definition in my life, fluid as a river. I’ve been confronted with questions of ‘What does ...

How Climate Change Affects Florida’s Waters

By |January 25th, 2023|

By: Navya Natarajan, Florida FellowFlorida is known for its natural environment: the wide array of beaches, the coral reefs that stretch along the coast, and the wetlands of the Everglades, home to abundant wildlife.All of ...

It’s Been Beautiful

By |January 23rd, 2023|

Reflections on My Tenure as Executive Director as I Embark on My Next ChapterBy Jasmine Davenport, Former Executive Director at Our ClimateAs I think back to July 1, 2020, I remember the joy I felt ...