Tag Archive: climate

Climate Conversations

Climate Conversations is a 5-session online program that improves your ability to effectively and authentically engage others in discussing climate change. While there are many resources that teach you how

Climate Conversations

Climate Conversations is a 5-session online program that improves your ability to effectively and authentically engage others in discussing climate change. While there are many resources that teach you how

Climate Conversations

Climate Conversations is a 5-session online program that improves your ability to effectively and authentically engage others in discussing climate change. While there are many resources that teach you how

Climate Conversations

Climate Conversations is a 5-session online program that improves your ability to effectively and authentically engage others in discussing climate change. While there are many resources that teach you how

Climate Conversations

Climate Conversations is a 5-session online program that improves your ability to effectively and authentically engage others in discussing climate change. While there are many resources that teach you how

Climate anxiety and climate grief. This sums up what many of us are feeling in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian. Category 4 hurricanes with catastrophic storm surges are becoming the

Meet the 2022 Summer Climate Interns!

The County’s Climate Team is happy to welcome Najila, Lulu, Kristina, Feh, Daniel, Rachel, and Lumina as interns and fellows for the summer! Each of these passionate individuals will collaborate

Thank You to the 2022 Spring Climate Interns!

Montgomery County, Maryland, has been committed to significant greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction and climate action for over a decade. The County recently released a  Climate Action Plan detailing the effects of

Guide to Sustainable Spring Cleaning

Spring is upon us, which means gearing up for spring cleaning! Alyssa Bialek, Spring Climate Fellow compiled a list of tips to help green your spring cleaning process.  Make Eco-friendly

TCM MoCo’s March 17 Meeting

Join us for an exciting opportunity to make a difference on Climate at the personal, household and block/neighborhood level with the Cool Block program ( https://coolblock.org/ ).  With nine sessions over 4 1/2 months learn how

Green Cocktails: Local Government Acts on Climate

Montgomery County has ambitious greenhouse gas reduction goals. Learn about the County’s recently released Climate Action Plan. Speaker: Adriana Hochberg, Montgomery County DEP. Cocktail Partner: True Respite Brewing Company will

NOAA Winter Workshop Series: APPLYING EDUCATION RESEARCH

December 14, 2021, 1–4:30 p.m. EST, “Environmental Education Research: A Resource for Supporting Conversations with Schools and Communities” will feature current research on the effects of environmental education programming on students,

Innovate to Mitigate Competition

Innovate to Mitigate challenges 8th–12th grade students to submit ideas that will mitigate climate change by reducing greenhouse gases. People around the world are working hard on this problem. To meet the big challenges we face, we need good

One Montgomery Green Annual Gala

One Montgomery Green Annual Gala: Buy tickets now to pre-order meals and adult beverages from local restaurants and beverage makers, pick them up at Brookside Gardens on June 24, 2021,

Meet the 2021 Summer Interns and Fellow!

Montgomery County’s climate planning team is excited to welcome four interns and a fellow for the summer. Dora, Laura, Sara, Susannah, and Matthew are passionate individuals committed to addressing climate issues and to

Eco Evenings with DEP and OMG: May 26, 2021

Clean Water Montgomery with a focus is on helping residents understand what it means and what it takes to help clean our waters.   Featured speakers include community partners and DEP staff providing tips for what people

Climate Education Resources

Incorporating climate literacy and education about climate change into schools is an important factor in making Montgomery County a more sustainable community and necessary to meet our goal of zero