The CUSP program is a 10 session program that explores what climate change means for Philadelphia, and how science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) are helping us prepare. The CUSP program addresses climate change in a way that’s engaging, concrete, and fun. The program does not dwell on the global […]

The Franklin Institute Climate & Urban Systems Partnership (CUSP) Program

The CCEP Alliance will be well represented at the upcoming American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting in December.  CCEP Projects and partners will be presenting in six poster and eleven oral sessions.  In addition, members of The Alliance will be hosting several special events throughout the meeting.  The downloadable document below contains the full listing of […]

CCEP Alliance at AGU 2015

PCEP High Island Poster, English
In July 2015, the PCEP staff Dr. Emerson Odango and Ms. Dorsa William engaged in lessons with students and teachers at summer programs hosted by Mwan Elementary School and the Chuuk Women’s Council (CWC). Using PCEP’s High Island and Low Island Environment posters, both in Chuukese and English, students were able […]

PCEP Posters Piloted on Weno, Chuuk

CUSP is helping Philadelphians learn how to live well in a hotter, wetter climate. Learn more on these pages:

The Sweatuation

San Diego (March 18, 2015) – Furthering the work of “San Diego, 2050 Is Calling. HOW WILL WE ANSWER?” – a first-ever collaboration among community leaders and world-renowned scientists – the new video highlights regional efforts for maintaining San Diego’s quality of life by addressing climate impacts. Working with policymakers, business […]

New Video, Answering the Call, Showcases Leaders Focused on San ...

The American Museum of Natural History’s online teacher professional development course on climate change explores the science of climate change, with a special emphasis on the important role played by the polar regions.  In addition to gaining an understanding of how the climate system works, middle and high school teachers learn […]

AMNH connects lifelong learners to climate change

February 2014 Issue of CONNECT Magazine from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) features several NNOCCI-related stories about communicating Climate Change. This article by Julie Sweetland from the Frameworks Institute provides helpful information about framing climate change conversations in informal science institutions. To learn more, visit the AZA webpage […]

Promoting productive and hopeful conversations about climate change

MADE CLEAR is pleased to report national recognition of the project in November and December 2014, and February 2015. In response to “A call to action to advance climate education and literacy” issued by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) in October, MADE CLEAR sent OSTP […]

Recognition of MADE CLEAR by the White House Office of ...

CUSP is gearing up for the festival season this spring! Catch us at any of the following locations and learn how climate change is already affecting cities in the Northeast. Participate in hands-on activities to learn about climate solutions that are helping our communities become more resilient. Philadelphia: April 13 – Spring Into Sustainability April 26 – Sustainability Sunday […]

Learn about local climate impacts and solutions at upcoming festivals ...

SAN DIEGO – Bridging the debate and often-cited challenges between policymakers, business leaders, environmentalists and climate scientists, Climate Education Partners (San Diego Region) is releasing a new website ( that connects the work of local scientists with regional leaders, working hand-in-hand on efforts to manage the impacts from the region’s […]

New Website Uses Science to Help Prepare San Diego Regional ...