October 2017 Monthly Meeting with Barbara Love

October 14, 2017

As CCL looks to build relationships across race and culture, our October guest is Barbara Love, Professor Emeritus of Social Justice Education at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. She taught graduate classes on foundations of social justice education, design development and facilitation skills, and on self-awareness for social justice educators and liberation workers.

She is recognized globally for her work on organizational and societal transformation and on issues of diversity, inclusion, and liberation. She directs the Black Liberation and Community Development Project of the International ReEvaluation Counseling Communities. Her publications appear in a variety of journals and anthologies and focus on personal, organizational, and societal transformation and strategies for liberation.

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October 2017 Monthly Meeting with Barbara Love

October 14, 2017

As CCL looks to build relationships across race and culture, our October guest is Barbara, Professor Emeritus of Social Justice Education at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. She taught graduate classes on foundations of social justice education, design development and facilitation skills, and on self-awareness for social justice educators and liberation workers.

She is recognized globally for her work on organizational and societal transformation and on issues of diversity, inclusion, and liberation. She directs the Black Liberation and Community Development Project of the International ReEvaluation Counseling Communities. Her publications appear in a variety of journals and anthologies and focus on personal, organizational, and societal transformation and strategies for liberation.

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Citizens’ Climate University: Preparing for Radio & TV Interviews

October 13, 2017

Join media consultant and trainer Aaron Huertas, former Communications Manager at the Union of Concerned Scientists in a skills-building webinar preparing volunteers to be interviewed on radio and television.

Learn how to prepare​ for and respond to interview​ questions,​ ​keep the interview on track, and learn effective dialogue skill​s with journalists.

Joining Aaron, CCL’s Action Coordinator Todd Elvins and CCL’s Communications Coordinator, Flannery Winchester, introduce the new CCL Broadcast Media Action Team,​ which is focused on preparing CCL volunteers ​to be interviewed on radio and TV.

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Citizens’ Climate University: Preparing for Radio & TV Interviews (Audio)

October 13, 2017

Audio Only: Join media consultant and trainer Aaron Huertas, former Communications Manager at the Union of Concerned Scientists in a skills-building webinar preparing volunteers to be interviewed on radio and television.

Learn how to prepare​ for and respond to interview​ questions,​ ​keep the interview on track, and learn effective dialogue skill​s with journalists.

Joining Aaron, CCL’s Action Coordinator Todd Elvins and CCL’s Communications Coordinator, Flannery Winchester, introduce the new CCL Broadcast Media Action Team,​ which is focused on preparing CCL volunteers ​to be interviewed on radio and TV.

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CCL Agriculture Series: Opportunities for Climate Change Solutions in 2018 Farm Bill (Audio)

October 11, 2017

Audio Only: Join Alyssa Charney, policy specialist at the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition (NSAC) in Washington D.C for the second installment in CCL's Agriculture Action Team's series. Alyssa’s talk covers the basics of the farm bill, opportunities to address climate change in the next farm bill, and relevant proposals that NSAC is advocating for in the 2018 Farm Bill.

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Citizens’ Climate University: Boosting Your Chapter’s Social Media Game

October 6, 2017

Join Ashley Hunt-Martorano, CCL's Director of Marketing and Events, in a webinar geared at enhancing your chapter's use of Facebook and Twitter. This webinar will help you learn how to recruit new members, inform and engage the public, motivate action and connect with other organizations—both online and in real life.

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Citizens’ Climate University: Boosting Your Chapter’s Social Media Game (Audio)

October 6, 2017

Audio Only: Join Ashley Hunt-Martorano, CCL's Director of Marketing and Events, in a webinar geared at enhancing your chapter's use of Facebook and Twitter. This webinar will help you learn how to recruit new members, inform and engage the public, motivate action and connect with other organizations—both online and in real life.

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CCL Agricultural Series on Carbon Farming: Regenerative Agriculture for Climate Stabilization

October 3, 2017

Join guest speaker Connor Stedman of AppleSeed Permaculture, an ecological designer and educator, specializing in applying carbon practices to grow resilience and profitability on working land.

In this new six-week webinar series, learn how farmers can implement these practices, what policies they need to scale up the process, and how you can help. These online presentations are hosted by the CCL Agriculture Action Team, for a six-part series called “Agriculture at the Table: Land Use Practices that Extract and Store Carbon.”

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Citizens’ Climate University: Household and Small Business Considerations for Fee-And-Dividend (Audio)

September 29, 2017

​Audio Only: Join CCL Board Member and Bank Economist Jerry Hinkle in exploring more in-depth policy details behind the implications of CCL's Household Impact Study and how its findings can speak to many of the current concerns from our members of Congress.

In the second part CCL member Dr. Phil Harding, Linus Pauling Chair at Oregon State University, leads a discussion about the role carbon fee and dividend plays in catalyzing innovation to provide the price signal for investors, engineers, and scientists to seek out opportunities that correspond to customer needs and market opportunities.

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Citizens’ Climate University: Household and Small Business Considerations for Fee-And-Dividend

September 29, 2017

​Join CCL Board Member and Bank Economist Jerry Hinkle in exploring more in-depth policy details behind the implications of CCL's Household Impact Study and how its findings can speak to many of the current concerns from our members of Congress.

In the second part Dr. Phil Harding, Linus Pauling Chair at Oregon State University and CCL member, discusses the role carbon fee and dividend plays in catalyzing innovation to provide the price signal for investors, engineers, and scientists to seek out opportunities that correspond to customer needs and market opportunities.

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