CCU–Community 2.0 Tutorial Lesson

June 30, 2017

Join Ricky Bradley, CCL Web Development Director for a preview of Community 2.0. For the past several month's CCL has been rebuilding our intranet into Community 2.0, which boasts a clean design and more intuitive and consistent site-wide navigation system with improved menu functionality that directs you to the information most relevant to you. It is also fully responsive with mobile devices, making it easy to navigate on a wide range of web browsers and portable devices.

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CCL2017-Sunday Afternoon Planning Plenary with Dr. Danny Richter (Audio)

June 30, 2017

Audio Only: Dr. Richter's discussion as part of the CCL 2017 Sunday afternoon plenary session "The Way Forward: CCL National Planning Plenary."

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CCL2017-Sunday Afternoon Planning Plenary with Dr. Danny Richter

June 30, 2017

Dr. Richter's discussion as part of the CCL 2017 Sunday afternoon plenary session "The Way Forward: CCL National Planning Plenary."

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CCL2017-Sunday Evening Plenary with Dr. Danny Richter (Audio)

June 30, 2017

Audio Only: Dr. Richter's presentation during the CCL 2017 Sunday evening plenary session "The Way Forward: CCL National Planning Plenary."

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CCL2017-Sunday Evening Plenary with Dr. Danny Richter

June 30, 2017

Dr. Richter's presentation during the CCL 2017 Sunday evening plenary session "The Way Forward: CCL National Planning Plenary."

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Engaging Conservatives 2017 Conference Breakout (Audio)

June 26, 2017

Audio Only: How do we unlock and support the growing desire among conservatives to manage climate change risk? Whether engaging a cautious supporter or encountering an ardent skeptic, we need to be prepared to find common ground with folks across the political spectrum.

Join CCL’s Conservative Caucus in welcoming an esteemed panel of friends from allied organizations representing a range of right-leaning perspectives. We’ll highlight the importance of empowering conservative voices, offer strategies to get them engaged, and lay a foundation for effective messaging. Finally, we’ll introduce the range of conservative outreach resources available through CCL.

Zaurie Zimmerman,Moderator, CCL; Alex Smith, College Republican National Committee; The Honorable Claudine Schneider,
Former U.S. Congresswoman for RI; Peter Bryn, Citizens' Climate Lobby; Sean Themea, Young Americans for Liberty; RJ Lyman,
ML Strategies

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Jay Butera’s Speech at CCL2017

June 26, 2017

Jay Butera has spent nearly a decade working to move Congress toward climate action. Today, as CCL’s Senior Congressional Liaison, Jay works year-round to maintain CCL’s ongoing presence in the halls of Congress. Jay has devoted much of his work in recent years to trying to bridge the partisan divide on climate change. His three-year quest to help Republicans and Democrats find common ground has led to the recent formation of the bipartisan Climate Solutions Caucus in the House of Representatives, a milestone which Newsweek called “an historic first…” A graduate of Brown University, Jay has started, built and sold several businesses. His articles on business and other topics have appeared in newspapers, magazines, and college-level textbooks.

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Jay Butera’s Speech at CCL2017 (Audio)

June 26, 2017

Jay Butera has spent nearly a decade working to move Congress toward climate action. Today, as CCL’s Senior Congressional Liaison, Jay works year-round to maintain CCL’s ongoing presence in the halls of Congress. Jay has devoted much of his work in recent years to trying to bridge the partisan divide on climate change. His three-year quest to help Republicans and Democrats find common ground has led to the recent formation of the bipartisan Climate Solutions Caucus in the House of Representatives, a milestone which Newsweek called “an historic first…” A graduate of Brown University, Jay has started, built and sold several businesses. His articles on business and other topics have appeared in newspapers, magazines, and college-level textbooks.

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Ep 13 Pets and Climate Change

June 26, 2017

Being forever curious about climate change, podcast host Peterson Toscano asks, How are pets affected by global warming? How is pet care a climate issue? In Episode 13 of Citizens' Climate Radio we explore the many ways pets and climate rub up against each other. Veternarian, Dr. Steva Stowell-Hardcastle, sits down with Peterson and explains how global warming is already affecting pets and farm animals. You will learn how to protect your pet in a time of climate change. You will also discover how to engage pet owners in climate conversations. 

Art House

In the Art House we travel back to the future with Timothy Meadows and That Day in Climate History. Reporting form the year 2167, he reveals the pets of the future.

Puzzler

Listener Eve Simmons answers last month’s puzzler about arctic warming and why it is such a big deal when it comes to climate change. 

New Puzzler Question

What is a food you love that is affected by climate change? How exactly is global warming threatening it?  

Get back to Peterson by July, 15, 2017. You can also email your answers to radio @ citizensclimate.org that’s radio @ citizensclimate.org Text Peterson or leave a voicemail of 3 minutes or less at 570.483.8194. (+1 if calling from outside the USA.) That number again is 570.483.8194

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Climate Change and Pets 

You can hear Citizens’ Climate Radio on iTunesStitcher RadioPodbean, and now on Northern Spirit Radio. Also, feel free to connect with other listeners, suggest program ideas, and respond to programs in the Citizens’ Climate Radio Facebook group or on Twitter at @CitizensCRadio.

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CCL2017-Engaging Conservatives: Recruiting Support for Climate Solutions

June 25, 2017

How do we unlock and support the growing desire among conservatives to manage climate change risk? Whether engaging a cautious supporter or encountering an ardent skeptic, we need to be prepared to find common ground with folks across the political spectrum.

Join CCL’s Conservative Caucus in welcoming an esteemed panel of friends from allied organizations representing a range of right-leaning perspectives. We’ll highlight the importance of empowering conservative voices, offer strategies to get them engaged, and lay a foundation for effective messaging. Finally, we’ll introduce the range of conservative outreach resources available through CCL.

Zaurie Zimmerman, Moderator Citizens' Climate Lobby, Speakers: Alex Smith, College Republican National Committee; The Honorable Claudine Schneider, Former U.S. Congresswoman for RI; Peter Bryn, Citizens' Climate Lobby; Sean Themea, Young Americans for Liberty; RJ Lyman, ML Strategies

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