Citizens’ Climate Lobby
CCL Training: Getting New Volunteers Engaged

CCL Training: Getting New Volunteers Engaged

August 24, 2019

In this training, learn from CCL leaders Miranda Phillips and Jean Ritok about suggestions for engaging new volunteers coming back for more, including how to welcome your new volunteers and successfully onboard them into your group, how to delegate and keep people constantly involved.

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Welcoming New Volunteers (3:09)
Three Phases on Onboarding (8:44)
The Power of Asking For Help (31:59)
Smaller Chapter Considerations (35:27)
Setting Up Your Group On Community (37:42)

Presentation Slides: http://cclusa.org/new-volunteers-engaged
CCL Training Page: https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/298
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CCL Training: Bringing Community Leaders To Your Lobby Meeting

CCL Training: Bringing Community Leaders To Your Lobby Meeting

August 9, 2019

After you've done the research to focus your group's grasstops engagement and are planning on bringing your community leaders to your next meeting - how to best prepare?

Join CCL leaders across the country from Nebraska to Indiana and Montana that have brought influential leaders to their own leaders to learn from their experiences and get ready for your own meetings.

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CCL Idaho's Story (2:42)
Initial Research & Communication (6:20)
Incorporating Community Leaders & Preparations (9:14)
CCL Montana's Story (13:49)
CCL Indiana's Story (19:28)
CCL Nebraska's Story (25:59)

Presentation Slides: http://cclusa.org/community-leaders-lobby-meeting
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CCL Training: Working with Business Climate Leaders

CCL Training: Working with Business Climate Leaders

August 2, 2019

Demonstrating that businesses and job creators support federal action addressing climate change is some of the most important support CCL volunteers can provide our members of Congress.

Join BCL Leaders Harold Hedelman, Steve Hams, Bruce Hagen, and Randy Salim in a training that explores the history and purpose of the Business Climate Leaders and how to best work with this action team in your own community's grasstops work.

Skip ahead to the following section(s):
Why Engage Business? (5:52)
How We Engage (9:11)
Success Stories (16:51)
How BCL Works (27:10)
How You Can Get Involved (36:28)

Presentation Slides: http://cclusa.org/working-with-bcl
BCL website (for the public): businessclimateleaders.org
BCL Resources website: sites.google.com/view/bcl-resources
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CCL Training: August Recess Legislative Update

CCL Training: August Recess Legislative Update

July 30, 2019

On Thursday, July 25th, our collective push for carbon pricing took a couple of new, exciting steps forward.

Join Dr. Danny Richter, CCL's VP of Government Affairs and Madeleine Para, CCL's VP of Programs for a special online webinar to learn more about the policy details of Stemming Warming and Augmenting Pay (SWAP) Act, the Raise Wages and Cut Carbon Act, and the Climate Action Rebate Act and how your local group can respond!

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Energy Innovation Act Updates (0:57)
Background Contet (6:56)
Comparing the Four Carbon Pricing Bills (13:56)
Taking Action (22:58)
Conservatives for Climate Action Hearing Testimony (29:18)

Presentation Slides: http://cclusa.org/aug-leg-update
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CCL Training: Engaging Young Adults in Climate Solutions

CCL Training: Engaging Young Adults in Climate Solutions

July 30, 2019

Join CCL's Higher Education Coordinator Clara Fang and CCL Regional Fellows Destiny Loyd and Jess Wilber for a training that provides a background to learn more about millennials’ concerns, how to get them involved and connect your CCL team’s outreach with local high school, college students, and higher education communities as we work to engage young adults in CCL‘s larger coalition.

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Why Young People? (1:14)
Higher Education Community Leaders (6:04)
What Can I Do? (8:45)
Opportunities For College Students (16:38)
Opportunities For Middle & High School Students (23:04)

Presentation Slides: http://cclusa.org/engaging-young-adults
Find This Training on CCL Community: https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/152
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CCL Training: Hosting Climate Simulations In Your Community

CCL Training: Hosting Climate Simulations In Your Community

July 19, 2019

Andrew Jones, CCL's July 2019 monthly speaker and co-founder of Climate Interactive, engages attendees with a review of Climate Interactive's new climate policy simulator, En-ROADS, built with MIT Sloan.

Explore the power of a steadily rising price on carbon through policies like the Energy Innovation Act as well as other strategies to address climate change to highlight complementary climate goals including the impact of changes in energy, land use, consumption, agriculture, and other policies.

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Background and History of the En-ROADS Tool (3:11)
Expert Opinion and Assumptions (7:24)
Using the Simulator (9:30)
Demo-ing the Simulator (12:00)
Modeling the Energy Innovation Act's Inputs (24:20)
When En-ROADS Will Be Released & Training Plan (26:58)
For Additional Q&A Go To: https://youtu.be/apFC6iaKm7k

Find This Training on CCL Community:
https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/418
Presentation Slides: http://cclusa.org/climate-simulations
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CCL Training: Online Group Organizing Tools

CCL Training: Online Group Organizing Tools

July 14, 2019

Join CCL Leaders Rebecca Ratliff and Will Musser for a training that explores the importance of data security and additional tools including Google Drive, Slack, and Evernote that CCL groups have been using to help supplement what is available on CCL Community to manage their chapter's communications effectively and organize information.

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Data Security (2:32)
Google Drive (6:03)
Utilizing Slack (11:12)
Utilizing Evernote (26:54)

Presentation Slides: http://cclusa.org/online-organizing-tools
CCL Training Page: https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/404
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CCL Training: Strategies for Success with Municipal Resolutions

CCL Training: Strategies for Success with Municipal Resolutions

June 18, 2019

Join Sandy Simon, CCL's National Resolutions Project Coordinator, for a training that outlines one of the most impactful ways we can express local political will - through obtaining resolutions in support of the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act from our local municipal governing bodies.

City councils and boards of supervisors are in touch with their communities every day, are attentive to local voices, and can send strong messages on behalf of their entire citizenry. Think of local resolutions as endorsements on steroids. When a city, county or state passes one, they are sending a message to Congress on behalf of many thousands of people.

Presentation Slides:
http://cclusa.org/municipal-resolutions
CCL Training Page: https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/143
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CCL Training: Understanding Economic Support For The Energy Innovation Act

CCL Training: Understanding Economic Support For The Energy Innovation Act

June 15, 2019

Join CCL Research Coordinator Jerry Hinkle for a training that evaluates the climate and health benefits of the Energy Innovation Act and compares them to the policy costs.

Economists wholly support charging for carbon pollution, and many support returning all funds to households. Why such strong support? The recent peer-reviewed literature makes clear that the policy benefits of a revenue neutral carbon tax that refunds all money to households greatly exceeds the policy costs.

From this, supporters will better understand why economists insist a revenue neutral carbon tax is good for the economy and society.

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Economists Statement on Carbon Dividends (3:53)
Health Co-Benefits (11:54)
Climate Benefits (15:47)
Policy Costs vs. Benefits (24:19)
Webinar Q&A: https://youtu.be/4JPON1vqCcA

Presentation Slides: http://cclusa.org/economic-impacts
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CCL Training: 2019 Conference & Lobby Day Logistics

CCL Training: 2019 Conference & Lobby Day Logistics

June 7, 2019

Join CCL National Partnerships Coordinator Taylor Krause and CCL Membership Coordinator Sara Wanous for a final walk-through of the who, what, when, where, how and why of the 2019 International Conference & Lobby Day in Washington, DC. If you’re attending for the first time​ this is ​a highly valuable webinar in preparing for what to expect with the schedule, logistics, and final details.

Skip ahead to the following section(s):
Your Lobby Schedule & Pre-conference materials (2:56)
Conference Schedule (13:30)
Getting To The Hill & Capitol Area Considerations (25:28)
Meeting Minutes Plans (34:43)

Presentation Slides: http://cclusa.org/logistics
Training on CCL Community: https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/272
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