Resources

AGCI makes publicly accessible thousands of video presentations, research publications, and other resources from our workshops and projects. Use the search and filter options below to explore the resource library.

Man in bathrobe adjusting thermostat dial on wall

What difference can I make in the climate crisis?

Recent research sheds light on the common barriers we face when making choices that can reduce carbon emissions and the many ways one person really can make a difference.
By Emily Jack-Scott
Research Review
January 30, 2024

The surprising connection between eco-anxiety and loneliness

There is growing evidence that the climate crisis could be transforming our minds as well as the environment. AGCI's James Arnott and Energy Innovation's Shannon Stirone explore the latest research in this piece for Yale Climate Connections.
By James C. Arnott Shannon Stirone
News
December 20, 2023

Understanding Decision Support for a Changing Climate

Climate change is already affecting every region of the United States, and additional impacts are expected to intensify. These changes motivate bold new decisions and…

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Loneliness, isolation, and climate solutions: Is there a connection?

Several recent studies suggest that loneliness and social disconnection may directly affect individual perceptions and actions on climate change, providing a starting point to consider how we might link concern about loneliness and isolation to climate action.
By James C. Arnott
Research Review
July 20, 2023

The adaptive mind: Fostering psychosocial resilience to climate change

Working on the front lines of the growing climate crisis is emotionally and spiritually demanding. We recently spoke with AGCI Affiliate Susanne Moser, lead organizer and facilitator of the Adaptive Mind workshop, to understand the skills and capacities needed to navigate the turbulent, traumatic, and transformative challenges of climate change with resilience.
By Liz Carver
AGCI Insight
March 20, 2023

Reducing food system emissions, one bite at a time

Emerging research is beginning to shed light on actions that consumers and producers alike can take to reduce food system impacts on the climate. Emissions are generated at every stage of the food system, from the production on farm to the food you scrape off your plate.
By Emily Jack-Scott Devan Crane
Research Review
February 28, 2023

“Learning” frontiers in the energy transition

How quickly we reduce harmful greenhouse gas emissions critically depends on how fast we learn in the process. New research uses learning curves to explain staggering declines in costs of key climate technologies like solar photovoltaics and batteries, grounding hopes that we can get where we need to go—as long as we don’t delay getting started.
By James C. Arnott
Research Review
August 31, 2022
Canoe with youth alongside larger sailboat in Panama

Listening to the lived experience of climate resilience

Over three years, I visited over 70 coastal communities to ask people about their experience with climate change. My interview partners reshaped my understanding of climate resilience.
By Jessica Reilly-Moman
AGCI Insight
June 27, 2022
Youth at climate march holding sign: "The climate is changing. Why aren't we?"

Putting humans into climate models

New studies demonstrate how incorporating social systems into climate models is important for creating realistic climate forecasts and making informed policy decisions.
By James C. Arnott
Research Review
May 12, 2022