Transition To New Community Complete!

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Dear Community Users,

As of this afternoon, the pages on what has become "Old Community" (the previous URL and site we used for CCL Community with “Lobby” in the URL: community.citizensclimatelobby.org) have begun to redirect automatically to their corresponding pages here on New Community (community.citizensclimate.org).

Even though old Community will no longer be available, none of the important content from Old Community will be missing in this transition, it will all be making the jump with us. 

If you note anything that can’t be found in CCL's New Community site that was in Old Community or if an old page still needs a redirect, just post in the Ask Us Anything forums and we’ll help you out.

Welcome to a new era of our online collective climate organizing!

Posted by Brett Cease on Apr 11, 2019 1:41 PM America/Los_Angeles

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