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Youth Advocacy Summit 2021

July 26-28 join this national virtual summit of youth leaders focused on bringing solutions to the fights for democracy, the environment, the justice system and more! The CLEO Institute, in partnership with Mi Familia Vota, will provide its signature Climate 101 presentation on July 27 to speak to issues of

Powering Your Home with the Sun

CLEO is partnering with Solar United Neighbors for a webinar on solar co-ops for Broward and Miami-Dade Counties. This is a great opportunity to learn more about going solar through a co-op! Join us for a discussion on solar, how co-ops work, and how you can get involved, followed by

CLEO Teachers Climate Across the Curriculum Workshop

“One child, one teacher, one book, one pen can change the world.” - Malala Yousafzai Welcome K-12 teachers! Our 2021 professional development Climate Across the Curriculum Workshop for teachers is now open for registration, with new resources for elementary educators! Climate-Ready Classrooms will help K-12 teachers understand climate change, its

GenCLEO Monthly Virtual Meetup- August

Calling all students! Our GenCLEO advocacy group engages and empowers youth to take climate action. Join our monthly meetups to meet new friends, learn climate science, and engage in climate advocacy. *This event is open to middle school, high school, and university students throughout Florida. Community service hours are available

A Clean Future: Fighting Against Dirty Fuels in Orlando

Four years ago, the City of Orlando unanimously committed to a transition to renewable energy. Flash forward to today and the future isn’t looking so bright for marginalized communities who’re being left behind and burdened to pay disproportionally high energy rates. OUC has once again proven itself to be an

Empowering Resilient Women: Miami Program for Women Living In or Around Little Haiti

The historic divestment of women, especially women of color, results in exposing women to higher risks and greater burdens from the impacts of climate change. This story was no different when Miami faced Hurricane Irma in 2017. CLEO’s Empowering Resilient Women was created in its aftermath as a response to the visible

Are You Feeling the Heat? Extreme Heat Now & What’s In Store For Our Future

In partnership with The Union of Concerned Scientists Speaker: Dr. Rachel Licker Already this summer many regions of the United States have been trapped under “heat domes,” and deaths attributed to extreme heat are now in the hundreds. These extreme heat events exemplify an alarming trend, with the last seven

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