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Most people know David Pogue through his award-winning work as an author and correspondent on technology on PBS, CBS Sunday Morning, the New York Times, Scientific American, and his many books and podcasts. Last year, he published an extraordinary new book, “How to Prepare for Climate Change.” Learn all about it in this interview with ecoAmerica’s Bob Perkowitz — watch now. And find resources to activate your friends, workplace, community, and policymakers in this May eUpdate.

May Is Mental Health Awareness Month

ecoAmerica recognizes Mental Health Awareness Month this month by bringing awareness to the mental health and well-being impacts of climate change. Each week, we feature blogs that provide a closer look on topics of mental health and climate change, featured in the report, Mental Health and Our Changing Climate. We are also featuring guidance for building community resilience against the climate change impacts on mental health, like the one above.

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Feature Blog: Mental Health Closer Looks

ecoAmerica Board Member, Dr. Lise Van Susteren’s Closer Look feature in Mental Health and Our Changing Climate was recently published as part of a Mental Health Awareness Month Blog series. The piece is titled, American Youth: Angry, Terrified, and in Despair.

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New Research:
Are Americans Making the Climate Health Connection?

The American Public Health Association and ecoAmerica partnered to release the second volume in the 2022 American Climate Perspectives Survey series. This Part I of the latest report highlights findings on health and safety concerns around climate change hazards and making the climate and health connection.

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Connect with Faith Organizations Through Blessed Tomorrow's Directory List

Blessed Tomorrow's directory compiles the contact information of 200+ faith-based organizations across the country. Access the directory and connect with organizations on the ground leading on climate as a matter of faith. We hope it will spark meaningful connections and advance ambitious climate solutions. Please complete this form if you would like to submit a new contact or note a change on an existing record.

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ecoAmerica's #EveryoneEveryDay Photo Contest Winner

Congratulations to Shruti Agrawal and Shilpoo Agrawal for their winning photo, “Greenfaith Climate Rally Speaker”! Take a look at the winning photo and honorable mentions in the announcement blog.

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New On Let's Talk Climate
Farming, Climate, and Judasim

Learn why a teenager took a gap year before college to work on organic farms and a Rabbi left his congregation to become a regenerative farmer. This episode of Let’s Talk Climate features Justin Goldstein, Co-Founder and Scholar-in-Residence, Yesod Farm+Kitchen, and Raphaela Gold, JYCM College Cohort Fellow, Jewish Youth Climate Movement.

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

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. Climate for Health, Blessed Tomorrow, and Path to Postive Communities trainings are now offered virtually, online. Read a quote from Path to Positive Ambassador, Rachel Woods, on why you should sign up.

ANHE Ambassador Training Now LIVE

Nurses can take the new, on-demand Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments Climate for Health Ambassador training, eligible for 3 CME or Nursing CE credits. Sign up with the code ANHECfHAmbassador22 to get started.

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Summer Reading! July Book Club Discussion

Join your fellow Climate Ambassadors on July 27th at 12:00 pm ET / 9:00 am PT to reflect on and discuss All We Can Save edited by Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Dr. Katharine Wilkinson. To find a copy, start by checking out your library for a physical or audio/e-book option, ask in your local "Buy Nothing" group if you belong to one, try out Thrift Books, or purchase from a local bookstore. We can’t wait to see you there!

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