Scheduling Presentations

March 24, 2017

One of the most effective ways to creating the political will for climate solutions is through outreach and education. In 2016, 624 CCL volunteers scheduled and gave 1158 presentations for clubs, groups, classes, and other community organizations.

In this lesson, CCL's Proactive Outreach Action Team Leader Todd Elvins not only discusses the process of scheduling a presentation, but also the resources and support available for schedulers.

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Scheduling Presentations

March 24, 2017

One of the most effective ways to creating the political will for climate solutions is through outreach and education. In 2016, 624 CCL volunteers scheduled and gave 1158 presentations for clubs, groups, classes, and other community organizations.

In this lesson, CCL's Proactive Outreach Action Team Leader Todd Elvins not only discusses the process of scheduling a presentation, but also the resources and support available for schedulers.

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Environmental Justice

March 3, 2017

Environmental Justice places specific demands on the development of climate policy and the forging of political alliances. Regional Coordinator and Climate and Environmental Justice Action Team member David Holmquist reviews the history and principles of the Environmental Justice movement to set these demands in the context of CCL’s work.

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Progressive Messaging

February 24, 2017

Are you struggling to explain Carbon Fee and Dividend or the benefits of market-based solutions with your progressive or left-leaning friends or family? Well, maybe it’s the way its messaged.

Host Carla Wise from CCL’s Progressive Outreach Team will explore some of the theory behind the liberal worldview and summarize key takeaways we can apply in our conversations with those on the left.

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In-district Lobbying (Spring Lobby Drive)

February 22, 2017

CCL’s Senior Outreach Liaison Stephanie Doyle discusses the nuances and benefits of in-district lobbying in the spring of 2017.

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Conservative Messaging Workshop

February 7, 2017

This workshop-style lesson with CCL's Conservative Outreach Coordinator Peter Bryn aims to help volunteers develop their introduction and talking points that resonate with conservative audiences. 

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Conservative Messaging Theory

February 2, 2017

Are you struggling to share your concern about climate risk with conservative friends, family, and folks in the community in a way that resonates? CCL's Conservative Outreach Coordinator Peter Bryn explores some of the theory behind the conservative worldview, talks about the modern Republican party, and summarizes key takeaways that we'll use to apply in Conservative Messaging 201.

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Reclaiming Our Democracy with Sam Daley-Harris

January 22, 2017

Sam-Daley-Harris-head-shot-close.jpgJoin RESULTS founder and CCL’s first coach Sam Daley-Harris Thursday, January 19 at 8 p.m. Eastern for a one-session CCU Webinar on his book Reclaiming Our Democracy: Healing the Break Between People and Government. Hear Sam describe his journey from musician and civic cynic to founding the anti-poverty lobby RESULTS 36 years ago. Hear him read excerpts from the new chapter on Citizens Climate Lobby and excerpts from chapters on RESULTS and get your questions answered on the thinking behind CCL’s methodology.

Warning: Expect to be inspired.

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Growing Your Local Group

January 17, 2017

In this lesson, Citizens' Climate Lobby's Director of Field Development Elli Sparks and Regional Coordinator Don Addu discuss strategies for finding and engaging people to become active volunteers in your local chapter.

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Climate Change and the U.S. National Parks

January 13, 2017

Unsure how to find common ground when you meet with a member of Congress or Congressional staff? Most likely, a National Park Service (NPS) unit exists in the district of your member of Congress or inside your state. It is vital to know how climate change negatively impacts these national treasures and how the NPS works to reduce their carbon footprint in each of their units. National parks and monuments may be an economic linchpin for many Congressional districts.

Join seasonal park ranger and Citizens' Climate Lobby volunteer Brian Ettling as he discusses how he has witnessed climate change while working in the national parks. He will share how he has used his experience and love of our national parks to achieve common ground in meetings with Congressional staff. Even more, he will share examples of two national parks working to reduce their carbon footprints.

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