Climate Justice

June 21, 2017

The environmental and climate justice movement is one that holds an utmost importance to the fight for a livable climate. During this 2017 CCE/CCL Conference breakout session, we heard from three unique organizations to better understand where they see the climate justice movement at now, and where they see it going in the future and what the major issues they see currently facing the communities they represent are. The panel's goal is that we can all come away with a deeper understanding of this movement and begin to work towards some productive and respectful partnerships going forward.

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Keeping Them Coming Back

June 21, 2017

Welcoming, orienting, and getting your newest members engaged in your CCL chapter.

Host: Rochelle Wheeler

Speaker
CCL Alameda County
Member Engagement Coordinator
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Creative Outreach

June 21, 2017

How to attract new members, partner with supporting organizations and increase public awareness.

Host: Elyce Klein

Alameda County CCL
Outreach Coordinator
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Supporting Your Group Leader

June 21, 2017

This breakout session at the 2017 CCE/CCL Conference focused on what do group leaders need help with and what our members do for them.

Host: Jean Ritok 

CCL Raleigh-Durham, NC Chapter
Volunteer

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Keynote Address: Lou Helmuth’s Keynote Address, Our Children’s Trust - CCL 2017 Conference

June 20, 2017

Monday Jun 12, 2017, CCL2017 Keynote Address: Lou Helmuth, Our Children's Trust

Lou Helmuth received his undergraduate degree from Boston College and his law degree from Vermont Law School. Lou is the Deputy Director at Our Children’s Trust, where he helps guide all of Our Children’s Trust’s programming, strategies and organizational development. Prior to joining Our Children's Trust in 2013, Lou represented citizens’ environmental groups in a variety of environmental cases, as well as youth with disabilities from around the country in federal and state lawsuits involving their educations. Lou's career prior to Our Children's Trust also includes service in other non-profit leadership roles and in legal education administration.

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Keynote Address: Lou Helmuth’s Keynote Address, Our Children’s Trust - CCL 2017 Conference

June 20, 2017

Monday Jun 12, 2017, CCL2017 Keynote Address: Lou Helmuth, Our Children's Trust

Lou Helmuth received his undergraduate degree from Boston College and his law degree from Vermont Law School. Lou is the Deputy Director at Our Children’s Trust, where he helps guide all of Our Children’s Trust’s programming, strategies and organizational development. Prior to joining Our Children's Trust in 2013, Lou represented citizens’ environmental groups in a variety of environmental cases, as well as youth with disabilities from around the country in federal and state lawsuits involving their educations. Lou's career prior to Our Children's Trust also includes service in other non-profit leadership roles and in legal education administration.

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June 2017 Monthly Meeting featuring Ted Deutch (D-FL)

June 20, 2017

Congressman Ted Deutch — Democratic co-chair of the House Climate Solutions Caucus — joins us to provide an overview of the caucus’ activities and where progress is happening between Republicans and Democrats on the climate issue.

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June 2017 Monthly Meeting featuring Ted Deutch (D-FL)

June 20, 2017

Congressman Ted Deutch — Democratic co-chair of the House Climate Solutions Caucus — joins us to provide an overview of the caucus’ activities and where progress is happening between Republicans and Democrats on the climate issue.

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Dr. Hahrie Han’s Keynote Address - CCL 2017 Conference

June 20, 2017

Dr. Hahrie Han is the Anton Vonk Associate Professor of Environmental Politics in the Department of Political Science at the University of California, Santa Barbara. From 2005-2015, she was an Associate Professor of Political Science at Wellesley College and was a Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Scholar at Harvard University from 2009-2011. She specializes in the politics of environmental and social policy, focusing particularly on the role that civic associations play in mobilizing participation in politics and policy advocacy.

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Dr. Hahrie Han’s Keynote Address - CCL 2017 Conference

June 20, 2017

Dr. Hahrie Han is the Anton Vonk Associate Professor of Environmental Politics in the Department of Political Science at the University of California, Santa Barbara. From 2005-2015, she was an Associate Professor of Political Science at Wellesley College and was a Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Scholar at Harvard University from 2009-2011. She specializes in the politics of environmental and social policy, focusing particularly on the role that civic associations play in mobilizing participation in politics and policy advocacy.

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