One Cool Thing: ODP Teams Up With Jillian Harris

Last week we had the honor of writing a guest blog post for Jillian Harris’ blog that was an intro to what folks should know about climate change. Aside from being a tv host, lifestyle expert, former Bachelorette, and all-around awesome human, Jillian is unafraid to use her platform to talk about important issues like climate change when so many shy away from the topic for fear of being “too controversial.” One of the best things we can do to combat climate change is to talk about it with our own community to help break down political stigmas and invite our friends and family to care about the issue–we’re grateful to Jillian and her team for allowing us to speak to her community!

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Antarctica Warming 3X the Global Average

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Climate Justice Coalition’s National Network Supports House Dems’ Climate Crisis Action Plan

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Why This Matters:  When they work together in a coalition, these groups have real political muscle.

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Millions More American Homes at Risk of Flooding than Previously Thought

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