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/

Follow us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWuCkmi8ySLMTZEpJC7jMsA

 

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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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CCU: Managing Your Inbox & Email Productivity Tips

August 17, 2018

Emails getting the better of you?

Join us for a webinar focused on focused on keeping your inbox healthy to learn tools and tips from how CCL groups across the country approach keeping on top of their email communications without it letting take over their lives.

Brett Cease, CCL's Volunteer Education & Engagement Coordinator walks through advice from the field on how to rethink how you use email, create effective structures for organizing it, and how to best apply these examples to our CCL lives and communications.

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CCU: Managing Your Inbox & Email Productivity Tips (Audio)

August 17, 2018

Audio Only: Emails getting the better of you?

Join us for a webinar focused on focused on keeping your inbox healthy to learn tools and tips from how CCL groups across the country approach keeping on top of their email communications without it letting take over their lives.

Brett Cease, CCL's Volunteer Education & Engagement Coordinator walks through advice from the field on how to rethink how you use email, create effective structures for organizing it, and how to best apply these examples to our CCL lives and communications.

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CCU: Working With Other Organizations & Effective Outreach with Environmental Allies

August 10, 2018

Many organizations focus on a wide variety of climate and related environmental causes. If you’re interested in working with and building connections with these groups, tonight's webinar will explore how to engage and partner with other organizations in a respectful, understanding and productive way.

Join us on Citizens' Climate University for a webinar with CCL leaders Elyce Klein, Carol Kravetz, Tom Moyer, and Stephanie Doyle and listen to ideas and examples from throughout the country of what chapters are doing to build these essential connections as well as understanding how to best interface with local groups of national green organizations.

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CCU: Working With Other Organizations & Effective Outreach with Environmental Allies (Audio)

August 10, 2018

Audio Only: Many organizations focus on a wide variety of climate and related environmental causes. If you’re interested in working with and building connections with these groups, tonight's webinar will explore how to engage and partner with other organizations in a respectful, understanding and productive way.

Join us on Citizens' Climate University for a webinar with CCL leaders Elyce Klein, Carol Kravetz, Tom Moyer, and Stephanie Doyle and listen to ideas and examples from throughout the country of what chapters are doing to build these essential connections as well as understanding how to best interface with local groups of national green organizations.

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Citizens’ Climate University: The Power of Storytelling

August 3, 2018

Want to be more impactful as an advocate with how you share your own stories?

Join Climate Journalist Sara Peach and CCL's Marketing Director Lesley Beatty for a webinar that highlights compelling examples of personal climate advocacy stories and provides tools and recommendations for CCL supporters to improve their own storytelling, including the Yale Climate Communications Formula:

1. Something in my life or our community is changing.

2. It’s related to climate change.  

3. It matters. (Hint: people are affected.)

4. What solutions/personal actions I'm taking.

After tuning in, begin framing your own climate stories based on this sequence connecting with your audience.  What everyone brings to their own story of climate advocacy are the things that make them unique and give them power.

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Citizens’ Climate University: The Power of Storytelling (Audio)

August 3, 2018

Audio Only: Want to be more impactful as an advocate with how you share your own stories?

Join Climate Journalist Sara Peach and CCL's Marketing Director Lesley Beatty for a webinar that highlights compelling examples of personal climate advocacy stories and provides tools and recommendations for CCL supporters to improve their own storytelling, including the Yale Climate Communications Formula:

1. Something in my life or our community is changing.

2. It’s related to climate change.  

3. It matters. (Hint: people are affected.)

4. What solutions/personal actions I'm taking.

After tuning in, begin framing your own climate stories based on this sequence connecting with your audience.  What everyone brings to their own story of climate advocacy are the things that make them unique and give them power.

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