CCU: Using Yale’s Climate Opinion 3.0 Maps To Influence Your Decision Maker

October 19, 2018

The Yale Program on Climate Change Communication conducts scientific studies on public opinion and behavior, informs the decision-making of governments, media, companies, and advocates, educates the public about climate change, and helps build public and political will for climate action.

In this training, join Yale’s Program on Climate Change Communication Project Manager Eric Fine and Research Scientist Dr. Jennifer Morlan as they explain the climate opinion modeling estimates from Yale, the 2018 updates to Yale’s Climate Opinion 3.0 Maps, and how we can leverage the data in our meetings with Congress, the media and others.

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CCU: Growing Your Local Group (Audio)

October 15, 2018
Looking for new insights in getting other community members more engaged in your advocacy work with CCL?
 
Join CCL’s Northwest Regional Coordinator Tamara Staton and Brett Cease, Volunteer Education & Engagement Coordinator as they discuss strategies for finding and engaging people to become active volunteers in your local chapter.
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CCU: Uncovering The CCL Brand (Audio)

October 5, 2018

Why do we exist and who do we serve?

CCL’s brand is the deepest articulation of ourselves and helps us communicate our unique value to our volunteers, donors, congress members and partners.

Join CCL’s Marketing and Communications Team for a webinar that reviews CCL’ s brand pillars, style and messaging, why they’re important, and the guidelines on how to best use them.

For a link to the slides and full training visit: https://community.citizensclimatelobby.org/learn/communications/uncovering-ccl-brand/

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CCU: Cultural Dynamics - Reaching out to Diverse Communities (Audio)

September 29, 2018

Have you wanted to help your CCL chapter engage with and learn more about the diversity of communities in your own town?

Join Karina Ramirez, CCL’s Diversity Coordinator, in a webinar geared at helping your group with strategies and tools to expand your chapter’s diversity footprint and represent a more complete array of your local community’s constituency.

The webinar highlights steps to take in building these connections and considerations to understand communication recommendations to help build relationships of trust and mutual investment.

For a link to the slides and full training visit: https://community.citizensclimatelobby.org/learn/group-leaders/reaching-out-to-diverse-communities/

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CCU: Broadening Support with Veterans & National Security Audiences (Audio)

September 21, 2018

Want to create local events that reach a target audience different than the make-up of your local CCL Group?

Join us for a webinar highlighting the work that CCL has done across the southeast screening “The Burden” and “Tidewater” to attract veterans for discussions on climate and energy to help  broaden the diversity in our local chapters.

Featuring:

Sean Collins, CCL Veteran Outreach Coordinator

Major General Rick Devereaux, retired 2-star General and CCL volunteer

Roger Sorkin, Director/Producer of The Burden and Tidewater 

Veterans are typically more conservative than the general US population, so this is a solid strategy to diversify your local group.

For a link to the slides and full training visit: https://community.citizensclimatelobby.org/learn/other-topics/broadening-support-veterans-national-security-audiences/

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CCU: Carbon Tax Economic Modeling (Audio)

September 14, 2018

Join CCL Research Coordinator Jerry Hinkle and Columbia University’s Dr. Noah Kaufman in a training that explores the general provisions of recent carbon tax economic and energy models used by Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy and Stanford’s Energy Modeling Forum (EMF 32).

The webinar compares and contrasts these models' estimated energy distribution impacts with each other while exploring revenue options.

The webinar closes with highlighting analysis of the recent MARKET CHOICE Act and fielding questions about the larger body of work studying the impacts of carbon fee policies like CCL’s Carbon Fee & Dividend.

For a link to the slides and full training visit: https://community.citizensclimatelobby.org/learn/carbon-fee-and-dividend/carbon-tax-economic-modeling/

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CCU: Climate Conversations With New Acquaintances

September 7, 2018

How do we find out what is important to other climate-concerned individuals to pinpoint where our shared interests overlap?

What does this look like in actual conversation?

Join CCL leaders Miranda Philips and Mark Vossler, in a webinar geared at identifying the barriers to effective communications, helping passionate climate advocates make room for other people and become more effective.

Listen as Miranda and Mark walk through three distinct scenarios demonstrating a framework involving identifying your partner within Yale's Six Americas and Dr. Katharine Hayhoe's recommendations to Bond, Connect, and Inspire for practical climate conversations.

Full video and slides on Community: https://community.citizensclimatelobby.org/learn/communications/how-to-have-better-conversations/

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CCU: Carbon Pricing & The Clean Air Act (Audio)

August 31, 2018

Audio Only: Various current carbon tax proposals include provisions streamlining Clean Air Act regulations. Reasonably, this causes concern among climate advocates.

Join Dr. Ross Astoria, CCL Board Chair and Advanced Policy Camp Director, in a webinar that will cover the important history of the Clean Air Act and how Clean Air Act regulations might interact with federal carbon pricing.

This webinar will describe the history and regulatory architecture of the Clean Air Act, highlight where to find and begin to interpret EPA regulations governing greenhouse gases, and utilize a framework for evaluating the interaction of greenhouse gas regulations and carbon pricing legislation. 

To acces the video and slides, visit: https://community.citizensclimatelobby.org/learn/carbon-fee-and-dividend/carbon-pricing-clean-air-act/

 

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CCU: Rural Strategies for CCL Chapter Success

August 24, 2018

Did you know that three of out the top five most productive U.S. CCL chapters in 2018 are groups nestled within communities with populations smaller than than 1,000 people?

Tune in to learn how our rural-based chapters from Chatuge, Georgia to Birchwood, Wisconsin, from the high plains of northeast Arizona to the breadbasket of Nebraska are uniquely engaging their communities to be effective across all five levers of building political will.

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CCU: Rural Strategies for CCL Chapter Success (Audio)

August 24, 2018

 

Audio Only: Did you know that three of out the top five most productive U.S. CCL chapters in 2018 are groups nestled within communities with populations smaller than than 1,000 people?

Tune in to learn how our rural-based chapters from Chatuge, Georgia to Birchwood, Wisconsin, from the high plains of northeast Arizona to the breadbasket of Nebraska are uniquely engaging their communities to be effective across all five levers of building political will

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