An Economy That Works For All

An Economy That Works For All

  • Sep 28, 2020

ROAR’s fifth virtual Next World Conversation on Oct. 22 at 8 p.m. is focused on what the next economy will look like. Please join us as Fadhel Kaboub, Professor of Economics at Denison University, engages in conversation with Denise Fairchild, Director of Emerald Cities Cooperative. How can we build a economic system that is supportive […]

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Global Warming’s Six Americas in 2020

Global Warming’s Six Americas in 2020

  • Sep 24, 2020

Today, the Alarmed (26%) outnumber the Dismissive (7%) nearly 4 to 1. More than half (54%) of Americans are either Alarmed or Concerned, while the Doubtful and Dismissive are only 18% of the population. However, because conservative media organizations prominently feature Dismissive politicians, pundits and industry officials, most Americans overestimate the prevalence of Dismissive beliefs among other Americans.

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Next World Conversations: The Next World of Energy

Next World Conversations: The Next World of Energy

  • Aug 09, 2020

Our third Next World Conversation will be how we can shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy, both here around Ohio and nationally in the post COVID-19 era. This month’s presenters are Jon-Paul d’Aversa, Senior Energy Consultant for Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC), and Randi Leppla, Vice President of Energy Policy for the Ohio Environmental […]

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350.org BIPOC free climate leadership training

350.org BIPOC free climate leadership training

  • May 01, 2020

We at 350.org are committed to building a Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) base of frontline communities most affected by the effects of climate change. 350.org will be piloting the BIPOC Climate Leadership Program, a training and leadership program created by Black organizers at 350.org dedicated to climate and racial justice. The BIPOC Climate […]

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Earth Day at Home – ways to celebrate the 50th anniversary virtually

Wednesday, April 22 is the 50th commemoration of Earth Day. It is a day to reflect on the past 50 years of starts and stops, successes and failures. It is a day to reflect on where we are, where we’ve been and more importantly where we want to go from here. With the emergence of […]

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