During the summer, several students worked on a climate action project that’s especially relevant in light of the latest ‘Red Alert’ from the U.N. and the IPCC [Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change].
While the students’ work this summer centered on implementing Bethlehem’s Climate Action Plan, most of the information and ideas apply everywhere. This is especially true for the report on Climate Change Education. It’s past time for real action — be part of the solution!
The students prepared three reports, all of which are available on the Alliance website,.
- Implementing Bethlehem’s CAP
- Climate Change Education
- Build Sustainably — for Business Success and a Livable Future
In each case, additional material is included in the PDF versions, with a link at the bottom of each of the pages.
The summer project was completed by five student interns: Devon Jewell (Moravian Academy ‘23), Harrison Kim (Parkland High School ‘22), Alexandra Ludman (University of Delaware ’21), Margaux Petruska (Lehigh University ’21), and Isaac Weber (Dartmouth College ‘22).