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  • 100 solutions to climate change

    Just saw this great Ted Talk and thought it should be shared,  What if we took out more greenhouse gases than we put into the atmosphere? This hypothetical scenario, known as “drawdown,” is our only hope of averting climate disaster,…

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  • U.S. Climate Change: Moving Two States South

    Just a few days ago, 13 federal agencies and the White House released the Fourth National Climate Assessment report, which summarizes the impacts of climate change on the United States, both now and in the future.  Not surprisingly, the report…

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  • The vision for planet-saving impact

    At Multiplier, we don’t shy away from being both bold and aspirational, and our vision reflects that too.  We envision a world where every person cherishes the Earth and serves as our planet’s steward for future generations. But what does…

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  • #GivingTuesday is coming. Are you ready?

    The giving season is just around the corner. At Multiplier, we are helping our projects do more with some tips and a toolkit to kickoff the season on #GivingTuesday, the global day of giving fueled by the power of social…

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  • What’s in a name?

    I bet this has happened to you.  You’re trying to introduce someone to another, and you can’t remember the person’s name…it’s right there on the tip your tongue, but you just can’t seem to retrieve it fast enough.  It’s embarrassing……

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  • Strengthening thought leadership

    Often, when excited about an idea, many people jump into a tactic to get the word out before actually investing in time to strategize. Let’s face it: it’s sexier to create a video, or redesign a website, or get an…

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  • Step up and be heard with thought leadership

    The world is hungry for people with drive, ideas, and vision. Our focus is to help people with  these characteristics create initiatives which protect and foster a healthy, sustainable, resilient, and equitable world. Whether they grow and transplant juvenile coral…

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  • It’s apple season – and for good reason

    Since autumn is finally here, along comes one of our favorite treats: apples.  It’s no wonder we celebrate Johnny Appleseed on September 26th. Plus, it doesn’t hurt as a good excuse for making yummy apple treats, or maybe a delicious…

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  • Cute otters to celebrate National Sea Otter Awareness Week

    Let’s face it:  sea otters are so cute we really don’t need a week to show our appreciation. They aren’t just cute, however. The heaviest members of the weasel family, sea otters are also the second smallest marine mammals. Unlike…

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  • What you can do to help our national public lands

    National Public Lands Day is the nation’s largest, single-day volunteer event for public lands.  Held annually on the fourth Saturday in September, it’s also a “fee-free day”, meaning your entrance fees are waived at national parks and other public lands.…

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  • Appreciating – and helping – the elephants

    Your favorite animal?  In a recent unscientific poll, most people say elephant.  And no wonder! They are currently the largest land animal and so interesting! So much so we put together a video with more information on the animal that…

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  • Let them take over the kitchen

    “We don’t have any more milk,” says my daughter.  “Let’s go to the store and get some more.” A girl after my own heart, she loves getting the chance to go to a supermarket or a farmer’s market.  Not to…

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