Where can I find local climate action information and resources?

Quick Answer

If you live in Tompkins County, NY— where PRI is based—check out the resources listed below.

If you live elsewhere, some of the resources below might still be useful to you. You could also start with your local Cooperative Extension office, health department, emergency management office, or department of transportation.


Weather Safety & Preparedness


Home Energy Efficiency and Energy Choices


Carbon Offsets

  • Finger Lakes Climate Fund: offset carbon emissions from your travel by supporting home energy efficiency projects in the local community. These projects reduce carbon emissions.




Transportation to the Museum of the Earth and the Cayuga Nature Center

  • TCAT Bus System
    • Route 14 serves the Museum of the Earth year-round
    • Route 22 serves the Cayuga Nature Center in the summer
  • Black Diamond Trail
  • Use the Museum of the Earth's bike rack

Photo of a bicycle attached to a bike rack outside a building.

Learn more

Climate change solutions chapters of The Teacher-Friendly Guide to Climate Change on the Digital Encyclopedia of Earth Science:

Online Exhibit: Climate Change in Central New York

Climate Change and Energy Videos