CCL Volunteer Video Documentaries

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50184329a4d68ad4ffbc2dca1ba30d3d-huge-snThis short documentary video series was created to reveal the grassroots support for the Energy Innovation Act provided through Citizens' Climate Lobby.

The series is comprised of seven videos, each one featuring a different CCL volunteer in his or her hometown, sharing about their lives and the work that they do to support climate change.

The videos will be launched approximately once per week until all seven are live by the end of 2019. See below for the list of what videos are available and how to find them outside of the Energy Innovation Act Site Main Page and CCL Community's Videos resource page.

Video 1: Emily is a young Latina woman from Fresno, California who is starting college at Stanford University as a first generation college student. Video 2: Mike is a former coal miner living in coal country, West Virginia and working towards a renewable energy future for his family. Video 3: Sonna is a pastor, community organizer, environmentalist in Fort Smith, AR who does her work with love. Video 4: Morgan is a young, Conservative, Evangelical Christian woman from Texas whose faith compels her to solve climate change. Video 5: Sarah is an 8th grade physical science teacher and mom in Northwest Georgia who helps her students understand about climate change. Video 6: Reggie grew up in the Navajo Nation with a strong connection to nature. He's protecting his own little corner of the earth for his family and the nature around him. Video 7: Jacob is a young Republican Congressional staffer in Washington DC who explains that Young Republicans care deeply about climate change.
Posted by Brett Cease on Nov 19, 2019 6:32 AM America/Los_Angeles


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Is it possible to download these or can they only be viewed online? We sometimes have playback problems when projecting videos at chapter meetings.
  • Posted Mon 16 Dec 2019 03:41 PM PST
Thank you Reed Hamilton‍! As of today, all of the volunteer video documentaries are available to be downloaded and viewable offline - just click on the Vimeo link for any of them and enjoy!
  • Posted Wed 18 Dec 2019 11:27 AM PST
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These are astounding! Very excited that they will have Spanish subtitles too!
  • Posted Thu 21 Nov 2019 04:46 PM PST
Thanks for your team's help Tami in making that possible :) 
  • Posted Mon 25 Nov 2019 11:59 AM PST
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