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Climate Emergency Planning

Preparing our communities to be resilient, urban hubs in the face of climate change and extreme weather events.

Movement Intersections

Resources Home>Resources>Movement Intersections Overview Intersectionality as a Model for Organizing This facilitation guide aims to recognize the ways oppressive systems uniquely impact communities and individuals. Through collective sharing and discussion, relational understandings of the overlapping systems of oppression can be implemented into organizing and advocacy work. Together, we name the importance of building solidarity to transform society and collectively work towards liberation.  Download Toolkit Image by Freepik. Additional Resources Power…

Healthy Soil

This facilitation guide is meant to inform gardeners and households of the importance of gardening with healthy soil.

CEED Children’s Coloring Book

CEED’s Coloring Book is part of our Climate Series, and aims to convey climate resilience through imagery inspired by real-life practices by local communities.

Signs of Extreme Weather Dangers and What to Do

Danger signs of local emergencies

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