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We came very close to a tipping point in 2021, and we can’t take our foot off the accelerator (not the gas pedal) now. With a bit more public support and political resolve, we can look forward to a healthier, safer, and more prosperous future. All of us working on climate solutions of every kind need to make sure we focus on building that support by empowering every American, every day to mobilize on climate action. Read more and find resources to activate your friends, workplace, community and policymakers in this February eUpdate.

Register for the American Climate Leadership Summit 2022

Prepare to be inspired and empowered at ACLS 2022! The summit, live on March 28-31, will connect you to speakers, provide in-session chats, dynamic polls, person-to-person networking, and more. Summit speakers like Rev. Lennox Yearwood Jr., Gunhild A. Stordalem, MD, PhD, J. Nadine Gracia, MD, MSCE, Bill McKibben, and Katharine Hayhoe, PhD will bring forward diverse, thought-provoking ideas and actionable guidance. Don’t forget to use the FREE code for subscribers when you register: EASUBSCRIBER

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ecoAmerica in the News

Meryl Davids Landau’s recent Good Housekeeping article, Is the Fear of Climate Change Keeping Your Up at Night? How to Cope With Eco-Anxiety, deals with the climate crisis and anxiety many of us feel. The author cites ecoAmerica’s Mental Health and Our Changing Climate report on the topic and provides tips on turning paralysis into motivation that’ll help your mental health — and the planet.

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New on Let's Talk Climate
Latest Research Brief

Hear from ecoAmerica’s Jennifer Giordano and report author Nicole Hill, MPH as they take a look at our latest American Climate Perspective Survey: More Americans Are Concerned About Climate Change Than You Think.

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The Path to Environmental and Climate Justice for All: Climate Safe Neighborhoods

In this episode with Groundwork USA’s Cate Mingoya, explore the relationship between historical redlining and the current and predicted impacts of climate change, and how communities are forging the path toward environmental & climate justice for all through the Climate Safe Neighborhoods partnership.

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Register for our upcoming episodes in the Let’s Talk Climate series, HERE

Restoring Nature = Restoring Ourselves

If you care about nature, the most important thing you can do is to live your values. The food you eat, active and public transportation, reducing waste, and saving money help you live a better life. Invite others to join you by sharing your actions, and through advocacy. Pick two actions from the list and do them now in your home or neighborhood.

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Partner News
GW SPH & ecoAmerica Webinar on Mental Health and Climate Change

People of all ages and backgrounds across the country and around the world, particularly communities that are disproportionately burdened, are affected by negative impacts of climate change on mental health. On 2/18, a panel of leaders brought to light the current state of the science. They discussed how this public health threat is being addressed in clinical practice and societal solutions.

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Voices of Hope and Faith

On February 28, join the Lutheran World Federation, the ACT Alliance, The World Council of Churches, and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America at a side-event of the Fifth session of the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA). Together they will host a panel discussion to highlight the work of faith communities and especially indigenous, women, and young faith leaders in mobilizing collective global action to protect nature and biodiversity.

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Feature Blog: My Reason for Climate & Health Optimism in 2022

“Last year was difficult for many reasons, and with multiple COVID-19 variants, wildfires, extreme winter storms, record-breaking heat waves, and the third-most active Atlantic hurricane season on record, many of us are understandably more concerned than ever about what the future holds for our climate and the health of our most vulnerable communities. With all of these cumulative impacts weighing on our mental health, it’s so necessary that we find hope together so we can move forward and continue this fight.”

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Ambassador Community News

Register for a Climate for Health, Blessed Tomorrow, or Path to Positive Communities Ambassador Training to become equipped with the knowledge, hands-on experience, and resources to speak and act confidently on climate change and solutions. Trainings are now offered virtually, online. Read a quote from Blessed Tomorrow Ambassador, Dennis Wiesenborn, in the spotlight card above on why you should sign up.

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