Understanding the problem
- The Hottest August (film)
- Demain/Tomorrow (film)
- Rob Hopkins, Resilience, “The unstoppable rise of ‘Demain” (February 5, 2016)
- Climate Refugees (2010) (film)
- Paris to Pittsburgh (2018) (film) – ” As the weather grows more deadly and destructive, Americans are demanding solutions to climate change—and they aren’t waiting on Washington to act.”
- “Heaven or High Water,” in Popula (essay). A long-form piece that asks tough questions of everyone — not just those on the hunt for a luxury apartment in Miami Beach.
- Tangier Island: Among the First U.S. Climate Refugees? (short film)
- Melting glaciers – report with short film clip in Time
- Thwaite’s Glacier research project site
- Scientific American overview of non-linear sea rise linked with glacier melts
- Rolling Stone’s “Doomsday Glacier” essay
- A 2020 NYT article on political polarization related to climate change.
- The Ecological Footprint Quiz
- Surging Seas Risk Finder map
- Seeing Choices interactive map
- Coastal Risk Screening Tool
- States at Risk–state-specific climate change modeling
Comprehensive teaching materials
- Andy Szasz’s module for teaching Climate Change in Intro to Soc courses
- Bending the Curve: Climate Change Solutions–a textbook (free and available for download) for teaching about climate change from a multidisciplinary perspective. This book is an outcome of the Bending the Curve initiative of the University of California (which is a spin-off from UC President Janet Napolitano’s Carbon Neutrality Initiative). (Thanks to David Pellow, UCSB, for sharing)
- Corrie Grosse ( College of Saint Benedict & Saint John’s University) and Erica Morell ( St. Lawrence University) have developed a college level teaching module on climate justice and the Global Climate Strikes (September 20-27, 2019).
- Description of Lesson and Teaching Instructions, including description of intended audience, timeframes, and activities.
- Folder with assignments, readings, and teaching materials.
- Power Point with content, discussion prompts, and detailed teaching notes on each slide.
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Thanks to John Foran for these!
- Riccardo Mastini, “Work in a World without Growth” (June 6, 2018), https://www.resilience.org/stories/2018-06-06/work-in-a-world-without-growth/
- Jonathan Rutherford, “How Do You Degrow an Economy, Without Causing Chaos?” (May 15, 2017), http://www.resilience.org/stories/2017-05-15/how-do-you-degrow-an-economy-without-causing-chaos/
- Transition Towns
- Rob Hopkins, an interview with Drew Dellinger, “If We had More Imagination, We could have Less Capitalism” (July 11, 2018), https://www.resilience.org/stories/2018-07-11/if-we-had-more-imagination-we-could-have-less-capitalism/
- Diana Leafe Christian, “Starting a Successful Urban Ecovillage,” Hopedance Magazine #51 (August 2009), http://www.hopedance.org/home/housing-news/1218-941
- Transition United States
- Common Transition Primer
- Global Ecovillage Network
- Visions from the Global South
- The Pachamama Alliance
- The Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature
- World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth “Universal Declaration of the Rights of Mother Earth,” Cochabamba, Bolivia (April 27, 2010), 1-3,
- Pablo Solón, chapter on “The Rights of Mother Earth,” pp. 131-160 in Systemic Alternatives: Vivir Bien, Degrowth, Commons, Ecofeminism, Rights of Mother Earth, and Deglobalisation, compiled by Pablo Solón, (La Paz: Focus on the Global South, Attac, Fundación Solón, 2017).
- System Change Not Climate Change
- Wayne Price, “A Green New Deal vs. Revolutionary Ecosocialism” (January 4, 2019)
- Many authors, Roundtable on Michael Löwy, “Why Ecosocialism: For a Red-Green Future.”