Our Weekly Newsletter - 17 July 2014


In this week's newsletter: National Geographic award winners travel across the U.S. giving out ice cream to get kids talking about sustainable living, Apple opens a huge solar farm to lower it's carbon impact, artists focus on climate change and sustainable living, and Climate Central releases a shocking tool that depicts what future summers will feel like if we don't get moving to prevent climate change.

Also: We have simple carbon lowering suggestions for your car and air travel, and links to "Our Take" on the core truths of the latest climate science.

We're also excited to present our new line-up of composters which reduce your carbon impact while providing nutrient-rich soil for your garden! Be sure to check them out.



National Geographic grant winners Kickstart Free Ice Cream Journey to get kids talking about sustainable living.

Kudo's to Apple! climate change realists building solar farms to reduce their carbon footprint.

Love the Arts? We do. 18 artists who are making climate change and conservation a priority.

How HOT will future summers be? Check out your city's future geography at Climate Central



Did you know that driving can account for 1/3 of your carbon footprint! We have 3 great tips for reducing your car's impact

Speaking of getting around, air travel also has a long term impact on the climate. The good news is there are some climate friendly ways to reduce emissions when taking to the air

Still trying to sort out the science and truth about the issue? Check out our take on the 6 key truths about Climate Change

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ClimateStore offers great products to help you reduce your carbon footprint!

The integrated rainbarrel and composter is a great way to green your yard and avoid excess greenhouse gasses.

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LEDs are more money up-front, but you save $100's of dollars over their lifetime, they dim great, and you'll NEVER need to change that bulb again!

Camping or staying in hotels this summer? The Scrubba packs light, avoids hotel laundry costs and is good for the climate!

This messenger bag is sleek, comfortable, and made from upcycled waterproof materials. It's perfect for people on the go.

Use this caddy to make composting easier by storing your your food scraps discretely in the kitchen, causing fewer trips out to your compost bin.

Wondering why your monthly electic bill is so high? This simple power monitor can help and it comes with easy-to-use instructions.

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