Distance Learning - Ninth – Twelfth Grade

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Climate Change in the North Bay

In these 45-minute live zoom lessons, students learn about the local impacts of climate change and are encouraged to get involved in climate action. 

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Lesson 1

Introduction to Climate Change: What are the local impacts of climate change and how to take climate action?

Lesson 2Wildfire Science: What impacts do wildfires have on water quality in our watershed?
Lesson 3Atmospheric Rivers: What are atmospheric rivers and what can they tell us about climate change?
Lesson 4Taking Action for Climate Justice: What is climate justice and how can you get involved to take climate action? 

The Water and Energy Education Program

The Water and Energy Education Program is made possible through Sonoma Water, the Sonoma-Marin Saving Water Partnership, Sonoma Clean Power, the Russian River Watershed Association, and the following local water providers: the cities of Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park, Cotati, Petaluma, Sonoma, Healdsburg, the North Marin and Valley of the Moon Water Districts, and the Town of Windsor. Thanks to our partnership with the Russian River Watershed Association, stormwater education is also available in Ukiah, Cloverdale, and unincorporated Sonoma County.
 

Our water and energy education programs are FREE thanks to funding from these partners.

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