Learn and Stay Informed
Watch the UU Falmouth Whole Life Learning Program Videos on the Cape Cod Climate Emergency and Eco-Justice:
YouTube Video Links to the Eight Seminars of the Cape Cod Climate Emergency and Eco-Justice Series:
- The Cape Cod Climate Emergency and Eco-Justice Seminar Series: Introduction (Co-sponsored by UU Falmouth’s Whole Life Learning Program a nd Social and Environmental Action Committee and St. Barnabas Church of Falmouth’s Outreach): Introduction
- Cape Cod’s climate emergency reality and opportunities for change: Best practices and progress (Cape Cod Commission, Cape Cod Climate Collaborative, and the Association to Preserve Cape Cod): Climate Emergency
- How to have the greatest impact on the climate emergency and Eco-injustice: Local priorities, your values, passions, competencies, and resources and how to apply them individual, with others, as a community, and on a wider scale:
- Fossil free at home, on the road, and beyond: Heating, solar, vehicles, and Eco-justice traveling: Eco-Justice Traveling
- The ins and outs of an Eco-justice life style on Cape Cod: Consumption, eating, and disposing for earth and Eco-justice: Eco-justice Lifestyle
- How to transition your investment portfolio for the climate, the environment, and Eco-justice: Investments
- Bringing back native plants, species, and Eco-systems to Cape Cod: Native Plants
- Supporting youth in climate and eco-justice leadership and action: Mass Audubon’s Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary youth leaders, and education coordinator, a high school teacher, social worker, faith community leader, and leaders of the Faith Communities Environmental Network: Supporting Youth
GOOD NEWS: ALL Cape residents have all-renewable electricity from NextEra through Cape Light Compact
Click here to view the recent Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Planning Presentation after flooding events.
Clicking on the link will download the document to your computer.
The Boston Globe has created a powerful new app “At the Edge of a Warming World” describing the past and present Cape and what climate change has done.