Tools & Resources You Can Use During COVID-19

The following are tools and resources that have been provided by the UC3 Coalition members to be shared with all of you. We will continue to add tools and resources as they are received, so please be sure to check back frequently.

Grants/Funding

Dear Colleague Letter on the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Revised April 3, 2020.


Virtual Events, Webinars, and More

Past

Build Back Better: International Financial Institutions and COVID-19

COVID-19 in Ohio: Helping to Understand and Alter the State’s Curve

Build Back Better: Shaping the U.S. Stimulus Package for Infrastructure

Build Back Better: Perspectives on COVID-19 Response and Recovery


News Articles, Blog Posts, and More

Climate’s Future in the Face of COVID. May 6, 2020.

Utah’s spring air quality better than usual during pandemic. May 5, 2020.

COVID and Climate Change. April 28, 2020.

The Netherlands Will Likely Meet Ambitious Climate Targets. April 27, 2020.

COVID-19 and Sustainability. April 15, 2020.

What role are emissions playing in the COVID-19 pandemic? U of T researcher examines the evidence. April 15, 2020.

Air quality improves by up to 40 per cent in cities that took action on COVID-19, U of T researcher finds. April 13, 2020.

Ohio State Seeks Sustainable Solutions amidst COVID-19. April 2020.

COVID-19 will slow the global shift to renewable energy, but can’t stop it. March 31, 2020.

COVID-19: The Ultimate Stress Test for Our Global Futures. March 27, 2020.

For more articles please visit, COVID-19, Resiliency, Climate, and the Environment in the News a page developed by Washington University in St. Louis Office of Sustainability and Connections between coronavirus pandemic and the climate crisis a page developed by Health Care Without Harm.


Updated Climate Action Plan(s)

Ohio State’s Path To Carbon Neutrality: University Accelerates Climate Action. April 15, 2020


Graphics and More

Graphic provided by: University of California

Second Nature Virtual Tools & Resources

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