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Join CCL's Vice President of Government Affairs Dr. Danny Richter for a training that will provide up to the moment insights on the dynamics in Congress and how we can most effectively use our time in meetings to support our agenda. This is a recommended training for any CCL volunteer planning on being a part of their group's June 2022 Lobby Meetin…
 
Increasing the number of trees is an effective means to store carbon that also has bipartisan support. But the preservation and planting of trees isn’t just a way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. It’s also a way to foster environmental justice by improving the quality of life in urban areas where people of color are often marginalized. Jad Daley…
 
Learn about constituent advocacy, the advantages we hold as constituents in transforming our government and the policies we adopt, and hear stories from CCL volunteers around the country who demonstrate how citizens can build meaningful, long-term relationships with their congressional office. Joined by CCL leaders that share their stories of empow…
 
CCL strives to provide a welcoming space for people from all backgrounds and cultures. Join Karina Ramirez, CCL's Diversity and Inclusion Director, for an introduction to CCL's anti-racism and allyship guide. This resource guide has been written by staff and volunteers to provide resources for those driven to dive more deeply into understanding the…
 
Find out more about what the Environmental Voter Project is up to this year for the midterms and how CCL volunteers can plug in! Our April Big Tent Climate Talks episode features a conversation with Brett Cease, CCL's Education & Engagement Senior Director and Shannon Seigal, Organizing Director with Environmental Voter Project! Join us for a new, …
 
In this episode you will hear a lively conversation between our host, Peterson Toscano, and four South African veterinarians. Like many climate advocates, Peterson couldn’t help himself, and asked Kristine and Roy Page along with their friends and fellow veterinarians Adrian and Ashleigh Tordiffe about climate change in South Africa and how it is a…
 
Join CCL Research Coordinator Dana Nuccitelli for a training that will discuss all three volumes of the new Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) of its Sixth Assessment Report. The report summarizes the latest scientific research on climate change adaptation and vulnerabilities and highlights the urgency of climate change impacts. Scien…
 
Join Elli Sparks, CCL's Field Development Director, for a training that will highlight new ways of engaging your chapter roster to build a thriving local chapter filled with engaged volunteers focused on roles and tasks they love. Elli will review new resources to help our chapters like a template for a virtual signup sheet (3rd bullet) and an orga…
 
Join us for CCL's April Monthly Speaker: Keishaa Austin, Head of Engagement and Partnerships at Rewiring America. #ElectrifyEverything is the hot hashtag of late, especially in light of the invasion of Ukraine, the sanctions against Russia and the need to end our fossil fuel dependency. Joining us this month is Keishaa Austin from Rewiring America,…
 
Join CCL's Marketing Manager Ashley Hunt-Martorano and Vice President of Organizational Strategy Tony Sirna for a training that will introduce CCL's Stand With Ukraine Campaign. Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine we’ve all seen the calls to “drill, drill, drill”, and the President and some members of Congress pushing back on that with a clean en…
 
Join CCL Education & Engagement Director Brett Cease and Education & Resilience Coordinator Tamara Staton for a training that will review recommendations and tips for chapters interested in running engaging online & hybrid (with both in-person and online attendees) meetings. The training will highlight resources you can use to deepen engagement and…
 
With Earth Month coming up around the corner, join CCL's Field Development & Membership Director Elli Sparks for a training that reviews how to find, recruit and talk about CCL to potential new supporters. Supporters are the backbone of CCL! People want to help, be part of a team and exercise personal power, but they also have to balance their live…
 
Even when he is being serious, comedian, storyteller, and podcast host, Esteban Gast is hilarious. And for climate advocates looking for some hope, perhaps the sweetest spot in the climate change podcast scene right now is Esteban’s new show, Comedians Conquering Climate Change. Only 15 minutes each episode, he features fellow comedians who learn a…
 
Join CCL's National Action Director Todd Elvins for a training that will review CCL's recently updated advice on campaign season activities this midterm election year. One of our goals is to make sure climate action is taken to reach the science-based target of reducing our emissions by 50% below 2005 levels in 2030. We also want to encourage emerg…
 
If politicians are paying more attention to the climate issue than ever before, perhaps it’s because their constituents are more concerned than ever before. Earlier this year, a survey from the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication showed that those who are “alarmed” now represent the largest segment of Yale’s “Six Americas.” Our guest this …
 
As Congress continues to negotiate the budget reconciliation package into 2022, making sure that strong climate legislation, including a price on carbon remains our highest priority. Since local leaders have extra clout with members of Congress, join CCL Action and Endorsement Coordinator Sabrina Butcher for a training that will walk through how to…
 
Join CCL's Research Coordinator Dana Nuccitelli for a special training on Dana's work assembling region-specific climate impacts presentation slide decks These slide decks detail the most important climate change impacts for each of the seven regions in the continental United States. Each slide includes the scientific source references in the notes…
 
How can we generate more news coverage? Join CCL's State and Local Media Coordinator Charlotte Ward for a training that will explore news coverage in the media (articles, press, and media awareness which mentions our organization and CCL's work earned outside of paid advertising) and reviews strategies for generating news coverage with your local c…
 
Join Jennifer Tyler, CCL's Director of Government Affairs, for a training that will review attending town hall and candidate forum plans. Town hall meetings and candidate forums are settings where the member of Congress and candidates want to connect with people in the district. When these events are large and structured, the opportunity is differe…
 
In episode Episode 9, Quaker activist Eileen Flannagan told us about four roles change agents can play. Advocate, Rebel, Organizer, and Helper. Most of you who listen to Citizens Climate Radio are advocates volunteering your time trying to convince the public and members of congress that we need a price on carbon. You approach congressional members…
 
Join Jamari Hartley, and Hardy Almes, CCL's Government Affairs Coordinators for a training that will review more policy details about both of the following current CCL Supporting Asks:Reinvesting in Shoreline Economies and Ecosystems (RISEE) Act (S.2130)(CCL Senate ask)Fostering Overseas Rule of Law and Environmentally Sound Trade (FOREST) Act (S.2…
 
Many people now working to preserve a livable world were motivated after viewing the documentary "Chasing Ice." Pictures, as they say, are worth a thousand words, and James Balog's images and films speak volumes about the damage human activities have inflicted on our environment. For 35 years, the acclaimed photographer has documented how we have m…
 
Ahead of CCL's March 29-30 Conservative Conference, join Conservative Outreach Director Andrew Eyerly for a training that will provide ideas and resources for all members of CCL to recruit conservatives. Regardless of your political affiliation, the ideas in the training to engage with conservatives concerned about climate change that also may be i…
 
Join Charlotte Ward, CCL's State and Local Media Coordinator for a training that discusses the process of writing an op-ed, how to submit an op-ed to your local print media outlet; and different approaches or angles one could take. Skip ahead to the following section(s): (0:00) Intro & Agenda (2:10) Why Write An Op-ed? (3:20) Planning Your Op-ed (8…
 
Join CCL Research Coordinator Dana Nuccitelli for a training that will review what research is out there about any inflationary impacts from climate policies like a carbon price or other provisions in the Build Back Better Act. Dana will review what resources and materials are also available for you in your own outreach. Skip ahead to the following…
 
Deciding what one wants to do and be in life has often been hard for young people in high school and college. Now with a global pandemic in a time of climate change, it is more difficult than ever to answer the questions, What do you want to be when you grow up? Many graduation speeches exhort us to Pursue our Passions, and many a parent worry that…
 
Join CCL Research Coordinator Rick Knight for a training that will explore what methane is, where it comes from, and how it affects the climate. The training also explores the various measures that have been enacted, other policy designs that have been proposed to control and how it fits in with CCL’s overall climate advocacy. Skip ahead to the fol…
 
Join CCL Research Coordinator Jerry Hinkle for a review of six different climate impact and policy tools available to CCL volunteers in the Local Impacts category of our resource directory to help you understand the impacts on the state level. Jerry will review some of the recent research available to include in your advocacy, including the Health …
 
Support from faith communities carries considerable influence with members of Congress on both sides of the aisle, 30% of whom are Catholic. This month, we'll hear from José Aguto, executive director of Catholic Climate Covenant, which helps U.S. Catholics respond to the Church's call to care for creation and care for the poor. José will talk about…
 
Join Todd Elvins, CCL's Action Coordinator, for a training that provides a thorough action guide organized by CCL’s lever of political will that your group can use to plan and coordinate your areas of focus for the year ahead. Know that we trust that each group will do what is appropriate for its local politics and volunteer resources. CCL Communit…
 
Citizens’ Climate Radio is a monthly podcast hosted by CCLer Peterson Toscano. Browse all our past episode recaps here, or listen to past episodes here, and check out the latest episode in the post below. How can we help the public embrace the science that reveals our climate has been changing dramatically and very quickly? And more than that, how …
 
Citizens’ Climate International had a major presence at the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow, Scotland, and Isatis Cintrón Rodriguez was a big part of that presence. The Latin America Regional Coordinator for CCI and a CCI founding board member, Isatis addressed the High-Level Segment of the COP26 negotiations in Glasgow on the value of stakehol…
 
Join CCL Research Coordinator Dana Nucitelli for a review of a new tool from Dr. Drew Shindell's lab that helps advocates display on the state-level climate co-benefits. Dr. Shindell's research is one of the main underpinnings behind CCL's emphasis that carbon pricing also helps clean the air and saves lives based on his recently published peer-rev…
 
Join Citizens' Climate International's Global Strategy Director Joseph Robertson, Cathy Orlando, Citizens’ Climate International Program Director, Isatis Cintron, CCI Board Member and Latin American Regional Coordinator and Solemi Hernandez CCL Southeast Regional Coordinator for an update and review on all that happened at COP26 and how it connects…
 
We live in a world with stronger and more frequent extreme weather events. As a result, giving and receiving hospitality is becoming the new normal for humans. Citizens’ Climate Radio host Peterson Toscano speaks with public theologian Jayme R. Reaves and public health expert Dr. Natasha DeJarnett. What are the risks leading to more displacement? W…
 
Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, The Nature Conservancy's Chief Scientist and Atmospheric Scientist and Professor, Texas Tech University, shares her takeaways from COP26 and reviews her latest book, "Saving Us." In SAVING US: A Climate Scientist's Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World Dr. Hayhoe draws upon interdisciplinary research and personal storie…
 
Panelists from Climate Interactive, Yale Program on Climate Change Communications, and Project Drawdown Georgia, will each discuss their work which focuses on analyzing, communicating, and implementing various climate solutions. What solutions are most impactful? How can grassroots groups like CCL incorporate these solutions into our advocacy? Pane…
 
Join CCL Education & Engagement Director Brett Cease and Southeast Regional Coordinator Solemi Hernandez for a workshop that will help newer volunteers (and seasoned volunteers who want a refresher) understand CCL’s method and vision and inspire you to find your role so you can hit the ground running. You’ll even have a chance to participate in a m…
 
As carbon fee and dividend becomes more central to the national climate policy discussion, you may see more people or organizations criticizing it. Attend this session to learn 5 steps you can take to address these critiques effectively. Responding to Negative Press: https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/491 Handling Challenging Q…
 
En-ROADS is a transparent, policy simulation model that gives people the chance to experiment with different scenarios that limit future global warming. Ellie Johnston, Climate Interactive’s Climate and Energy Lead, will demonstrate this model and share how you can use it in your advocacy. https://www.climateinteractive.org/tools/en-roads/…
 
Join Brett Cease, CCL Education & Engagement Director for a tour of CCL Community. Brett will review where you can find resources, training, events and how to log your CCL Actions. Tune in to hear exciting updates for training tracking and our badge system! Start Exploring CCL Community: https://community.citizensclimate.org/help…
 
Join CCL’s research and legislative affairs teams to review the budget reconciliation package, what’s in there and what’s not? What does that mean for CCL’s advocacy going forward? Come with your questions! Reconciliation Actions Training Topic Page: https://community.citizensclimate.org/topics/reconciliation-actions Questions? Ask in the CCL Commu…
 
Want to build your skills for lobbying and climate conversations, particularly those that are difficult or oppositional? In this workshop we will review different states of the human nervous system, and explore how knowledge of these can help us to be better communicators. We will connect this to the skills of “Motivational Interviewing,” which hav…
 
As negotiations wrap up in Glasgow, hear from Joe Robertson, Citizens’ Climate International Executive Director, and Solemi Hernandez, CCL Southeast Regional Coordinator, for the latest on what happened at COP26 – what are the preliminary results and what does that mean for U.S. domestic and foreign climate policy? CCI COP 26 Resources: CCI Website…
 
CCL student leaders and regional fellows Daphne Hulse and Luke Bartol, as well as CCL Student Engagement Manager Steffanie Munguía, share the best practices and tips to start and maintain your campus organization. https://citizensclimatehighered.org/campus-leadersCitizens\‘ Climate Lobby による
 
Sarah Guy, the Director of Strategy and Outreach for Ocean Defense Initiative, and Brad Ack, the Ocean Visions Executive Director, will discuss what climate mitigation strategies exist in our oceans; including ocean-based carbon dioxide removal, and legislation that impacts these projects. Moderated by CCL VP of Government Affairs, Dr. Danny Richte…
 
Agriculture offers the opportunity to reduce greenhouse gases (GHGs) and sequester carbon in soil and trees. Jenifer Wightman, Research Specialist at Cornell University will share how can we prioritize mitigation strategies in agriculture to ensure that we are working toward scientifically accountable reductions. CCL Agriculture Action Team: https:…
 
Dr. Barry Rabe, the J. Ira and Nicki Harris Family Professor of Public Policy at the Ford School at the University of Michigan and Dr. Ross Astoria from University of Wisconsin Parkside will discuss the latest policies and initiatives surrounding methane reduction and success stories from some U.S. states, and countries like Norway and Nigeria. Mor…
 
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