New Climate Risk Report Warns of Unaddressed Risks

The Collaborative’s partner, Woods Hole Research Center has contributed research and analysis support to a major new climate report from McKinsey Global Institute. Climate Risk and Response examines current climate risks and the potential global economic impacts they...

NOAA’s 2019 Climate Assessment Released

NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information has released its 2019 U.S. Climate  Assessment. No big surprises in this Report, as the bad news just keeps piling up. 2019 was the second wettest and second year on record, as many folks can attest to. Read...

Four New EV Charging Stations Arrive in Wellfleet!

Thanks to an innovative partnership between the National Park Foundation, National Park Service, Department of Energy, and BMW of North America, four electric vehicle (EV) charging stations for the public have been installed at the Wellfleet Town Hall parking area to...

Cape Cod Students Gather for Climate Summit

On November 6, 2019, students from schools across the Cape gathered in Harwich for the 2nd annual Youth Climate Action Summit. Planned, organized and led by students, with minimal guidance and advice from their teachers, the event brought ore than 100 student leaders...

The Faith/Science Forum: Taking Action

    On Saturday, October 26, 2019, over 300 community members gathered at St. Christopher’s to hear and interact with a variety of experts on the subject of climate change, including: • Dr. Philip Duffy, President and Executive Director, Woods Hole Research...

Cape Cod’s (1st annual) EV Car Show is a Hit

On September 14, car dealers fro across the Cape brought their electric vehicles (EVs) to the Barnstable Airport for the very first Cape Cod Electric Car Show. Hundreds of people turned out to talk to real-life EV owners, test-drive new electric vehicle models, talk...

Climate Change Lecture Series Presentation Coming Up!

The second presentation in Lower Cape Indivisible’s climate change lecture series is taking place this Thursday, October 19th from 6:30 – 8:00 PM at the Brewster Ladies’ Library.   The overall series title is Climate Change Threats to Cape Cod: What Can We Do?  This...

Climate Change from a Foods Perspective

Edible Cape Cod is a food magazine, right? What does climate change have to do with a perfect lobster roll or the price of ice cream? Though life on the Cape is quite idyllic, it isn’t forever. Cape Cod exists atop a peninsula of sand and its borders are in constant...