Citizen Science - Climate Action (CS-CA) Team
RPCV4EA's newest group is the Citizen Science-Climate Action (CS-CA) team. Join us as we discuss refrigerant and methane leakage detection and action plans. The current action theme of this group is "Making the invisible, visible." This is for anyone who wants to find out what actions we can take to eliminate the release of these invisible powerful greenhouse gases.
Our next meeting is on Thursday, June 8 at 8 pm ET \ 5 pm PT
Check our Calendar of Events to confirm details of monthly meetings.
Here’s the Zoom link for our monthly meetings:
We'd Like to Hear from You!
- What brought you here?
- What are you interested in measuring or studying?
- Are you available for a conversation?
Contact team leader Mel Siegel, at firstname.lastname@example.org on the above, and with any questions about the group.
Cool It! Campaign by Green America
Refrigerants are among the most potent and least understood greenhouse gases contributing to climate change. Green America’s Cool It! campaign urges companies, such as Trader Joe's and Walmart, to eliminate the use of HFCs (hydrofluorocarbons).
Environmental Investigative Agency (EIA)'s 'Leaking Havoc'
EIA's Leaking Havoc Report investigates refrigerant leakage at supermarkets in the District of Columbia, Virginia, and Maryland.
Also check out: Fran Koster's Pollution Detectives and the Union of Concerned Scientists