Registration Opens For CCL's December 2020 Conference

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CCL's December Conference will be held Saturday, December 5th from 1:00 - 5:00 pm EDT.

Find out more and register here for CCL's December 2020 Conference

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CCL's December Conference will be held Saturday, December 5th from 1:00 - 5:00 pm EDT.
Find out more and register here for CCL's December 2020 Conference
 

The 2020 elections will shape our political strategy

The will to solve climate change is growing. 2021 could present historic opportunities for climate solutions, and CCL is preparing to move forward.

At our December conference, we’ll take a look at the road ahead. John Wood and Hahrie Han will discuss what the 2020 Presidential and Congressional election results mean for climate policy in 2021. And CCL’s Dr. Danny Richter will share key elements of CCL’s 2021 strategy based on the election. 

We’ll stay true to our roots 

Some things will remain the same no matter what the election outcomes are. We’ll continue our nonpartisan, grassroots approach. We’ll still build the relationships that turn enemies into allies, and allies into activists. At the conference, you’ll have an opportunity to hear about the work we do to reach out to, include and support all different types of people to reach their potential as climate advocates. 

And build on our past successes    

As we discuss the road ahead,  it’s important for us to review what’s worked so far, and to build on those successes. 2020 has been a difficult year, but there have been bright spots as we transformed our advocacy from in-person to digital. CCLers will share highlights and best practices from their work this year. 

Posted by Brett Cease on Oct 12, 2020 8:43 AM America/Los_Angeles

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The "Register" button at the top of the linked web page takes you back to the same web page and not the registration site. We have to scroll down the page to the "Registration Now Open!" button so's to now get to the registration site. Can you guys fix that so I can send it to my chapter? 
  • Posted Thu 15 Oct 2020 03:52 PM PDT
Brett CeaseEdric Guise‍ Thanks! This is resolved. 
  • Posted Mon 19 Oct 2020 09:42 AM PDT
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Thanks Edric for the request! I've forwarded the great feedback to the IT team to make sure to update that button and know they'll appreciate you for pointing this out :)
  • Posted Sun 18 Oct 2020 04:06 PM PDT
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