Dec 12 2011 -- Dec 25 2012 Keep Tabs on Climate Issues Through Our Special Blog
Paris EdwardsParis Edwards, our volunteer coordinator, maintains a “Climate Cache” blog. While its particular purpose is to keep participants in our Coastal Climate Change Adaptation Project informed, it is a great source of information about climate change and idea for addressing it for anyone interested in the issue.
Five Reasons to Read the Climate Cache Blog:
1. Convenient Information Source
The blog offers a consolidated source of up-to-date climate change information that helps you keep up to date on relevant research. Project meeting details and events are also posted.
2. Blogs Are Forever
The information you find on the blog remains there. Articles and documents that are posted can be easily accessed over time. Our blog organizes posts by month, which makes referring back to interesting posts much easier than searching through backlogged email.
3. E-mail Alerts
An e-mail is sent to your inbox when the blog is updated, making “following” the blog extremely easy. It’s just a passive reminder note (with a clear topic tagline) to let you know that new and interesting content is available.
4. Information Sharing
Education and awareness are key components of climate change adaptation. Many of the posts come from members who want to share information they feel is relevant to our community. Content that you find interesting and worthy of sharing with friends, family, or colleagues can be easily posted, shared, and passed on.
5. It Keeps Us Connected
The core teams for our climate adaptation project in Lincoln County meet once a month. The ability to hold virtual conversations (through the comment feature), share information, and keep informed between meetings is invaluable. Social networking on the internet is growing in popularity and we find the blog format to be a superior platform for private, organized, and constructive online group communication.
Please join our blog, which you can find on the left-hand menu under "Climate Cache". Find the “email subscription” and “join blog” option on the right-hand menu of the blog page.
Contact: Paris Edwards, Climate Action Volunteer Coordinator, EMAIL