• EJScreen - mapping tool created by the EPA that helps identify areas where people might be at risk from pollution or other environmental problems, also shows average income, demography, health disparity, etc.    

  • En-Roads - a freely-available online simulator that provides policymakers, educators, businesses, the media, and the public with the ability to test and explore cross-sector climate solutions. Created by MIT. 

  • Storyform Science - is a new, highly effective method of creating talks, posters, slides and Story graphics (infographics with an embedded story). It’s based on three key principles of story that will help your audience pay attention, process information, and understand content. 

  • Social Movement Technologies - is a global learning hub for activists and campaigners in the digital age! Many courses are subtitled in multiple languages, some courses are free while others have an enrollment fee. 

    1. Free Alternatives to Photoshop:

      • GIMP - (requires download) is a free and open-source photo editing software that offers features similar to Adobe Photoshop. It is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

      • Canva is another alternative, but the free version has its limitations. 

      • PIXLR - another decent alternative to Photoshop. While its basic version is designed for non-professionals, the cloud-based set of photo editors include some pretty advanced tools, such as cropping, red-eye removal and teeth whitening.

    2. Free Alternative to Lightroom: RawTherapee 

    3. Free Alternative to Illustrator: Inkscape

    4. Free Alternative to Premier Pro: DaVinci Resolve

  • Free Alternative to After Effects: Blender